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Desmond Howard Inducted Into College Football Hall Of Fame

Former Michigan receiver Desmond Howard is still earning awards after all these years. Howard was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame last week, joining 13 other athletes and coaches.

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Howard and former Arizona State linebacker and Afghanistan War hero Pat Tillman headlined the 2010 class. Howard caught 134 passes for 2,146 yards and 32 touchdowns from 1989-1991 for the Wolverines. 

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It was his final year however that earned him national recognition. Howard caught 19 of his 32 career touchdowns in 1991 on 62 receptions that went fo 985 yards on his way to winning the Heisman trophy. He was also a prolific punt and kick returner, which earned him fame later in his NFL career.  Howard averaged 27.5 and 14.1 yards on kick and punt returns, respectively, his final season, taking two back (one each) for touchdowns. His 19 touchdowns in 1991 are still the most ever in a single season for a Wolverine receiver.

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However, Howard is probably most famous for this:

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Keith Jackson's call is still my favorite of all time. Ah, memories.