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SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Former Arizona State University head football coach John Cooper and former football student-athlete Randall McDaniel have been selected to the College Football Hall of Fame as members of the Hall's Class of 2008, the National Football Foundation (NFF) announced Thursday.
Selected from a ballot of 75 All-America players and eight elite coaches, Cooper and McDaniel now join former Sun Devil coaches Dan Devine and Frank Kush and student-athletes defensive back Mike Haynes, wide receiver John Jefferson, linebacker Ron Pritchard and quarterback Danny White as representatives of Arizona State University in the College Football Hall of Fame.
In addition to Hall of Fame enshrinement, Cooper and McDaniel's names will be added to the façade of ASU's Sun Devil Stadium, joining the aforementioned Hall of Famers as well as Sun Devil legends Bobby Mulgado, Pat Tillman and Wilford "Whizzer" White. They will be honored at a football game this fall.
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Travis Buck (shin splints) said he did "everything" before Wednesday's game and felt fine. "Everything" included running, hitting, throwing and fielding grounders. He is likely to go on a rehab assignment in the next few days and is likely to spend at least five or six days at Triple-A Sacramento.