Kentucky Pro Football Hall Of Fame

The Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame inducted five new members at 7 p.m. last Friday, June 28, at the Louisville Palace, 625 S. Fourth St. Prior to the ceremony, inductees mingled with VIP guests and past inductees.

Inductees were University of Louisville alumni Otis Wilson and Roman Oben, University of Kentucky alumnus Irv Goode and Eastern Kentucky University alumnus Chad Bratzke. Inducted posthumously was Lander McCoy “Coy” Bacon, who was born in Cadiz, Ky.

Proceeds from ticket sales benefitted the Kentucky Spinal Cord Research Center at UofL.

Jack Harbaugh, a former coach and the father of coaches John and Jim Harbaugh, accepted the Blanton Collier Award for Integrity On and Off the Field.

This was the hall of fame’s 11th induction ceremony. It is coordinated by its founder, Frank Minnifield, a Lexington native who played for the Cleveland Browns.

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