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May 11, 2010 at 06:01pm ET

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The Huntington News reported on Tuesday that former New England Patriot and Marshall University Alum Troy Brown will be inducted into the College Football Hall of fame.

According to the report Brown will be inducted during the Enshrinement Festival, July 16-17, in South Bend, Indiana.

Brown was a member of Marshall's 1992 Division I-AA championship team, scoring 28 career touchdowns, including four on special teams. He went on to the NFL where he spent 14 NFL seasons, all with the New England Patriots before retiring over a year ago.

Brown is the fifth Marshall player or coach to be selected to the College Football Hall of Fame.

Other players joining Brown will be:

EMERSON BOOZER - Maryland Eastern Shore, HB (1962-65)
BRIAN KELLEY - California Lutheran, LB (1969- 72)
MILT MORIN - Massachusetts, TE (1963- 65)

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