The Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame was formed to appropriately honor persons that have brought significant recognition to the state of Kentucky, or have by their unusual successful service achieved significant accomplishment on behalf of their school, or have by a significant act or contribution distinguished themselves as an unusual former National Football League player, coach, referee, owner, management, etc. or have been a significant or unusual supporter of Pro Football. Kentucky is the only state to have its own Pro Football Hall of Fame.
2013 inductees include: Lander McCoy (Coy) Bacon, Chad Bratzke, Irv Good, Roman Oben and Otis Wilson. The Blanton Collier award will be presented this year to the Harbaugh Family - Jack Harbaugh, NCAA Champion Head Coach at Western Kentucky, and his two sons, Super Bowl head coaches, John and Jim Harbaugh.
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