It’s that time of year again. The ballot is out for the College Football Hall of Fame, set to welcome a new class in 2021. From the Football Bowl Subdivision, 78 players and seven coaches are being considered.
One of the coaches is Darryl Rogers.
Rogers, an ex-Fresno State Bulldog, has been on the ballot many times before. For a coach to be eligible for the College Football Hall of Fame, he has to have been a head coach for at least ten seasons and coached at least 100 games with a .600 winning percentage.
Rogers is most well-known for his time at Michigan State, where he was the national coach of the year in 1978. He was at Fresno State from 1966-1972, winning 43 games with the Bulldogs and leading them to two bowl games.
Rogers passed away almost two years ago, in July of 2018.