Two of Ohio State’s most successful players and coaches will return to Columbus. Gold Jacket and legendary Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cris Carter and former OSU football coach Jim Tressel will speak during the 85th annual OSU Football Clinic. The event will be held from April 14-16 on campus. Read more about the clinic>>>
The duo also has close ties with the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The former wide receiver was Enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2013 and has been supporting the HOF since. Tressel has also made numerous visits to the Hall to work with staff members on programming for the Center for Excellence, which is part of the Hall of Fame Village. The Center for Excellence includes a Coaches University; Academy of Corporate Excellence; Officiating Clinics; Safety, Health and Performance Center. Tressel joined a 40-person meeting last month outlining his vision with it.
The Hall of Fame Village, a $500 million development of the Pro Football Hall of Fame campus in Canton, Ohio, is currently under way. The dynamic project aligns with the Hall of Fame’s Mission, Values and Vision for the future. The foundation for a wide-ranging array of programming will be the Hall’s five core values – commitment, integrity, courage, respect and excellence – that can be learned from the Game.
Read more about the future of the Hall of Fame>>>
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