Hall of Famers Support Alma Maters at Bowl Games

12/30/2016

The NCAA bowl games are currently underway. Many of the Hall of Famers will head to the games to support their alma maters. Below is where some of the Hall of Famers will be. Follow us on social media (@ProFootballHOF) to see pictures of their experiences from the games!
 
Kevin Greene – New Orleans Bowl (Dec. 17)
 
Greene went to the game to support his son, who plays for Southern Mississippi

 
Warren Moon – Peach Bowl (Dec. 31)
 
Moon will be there to support his Washington Huskies against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
 
Franco Harris – Rose Bowl (Jan.2)
 
Harris will be there to support the Penn State Nitty Lions as they face off against the University of Southern California

Lynn Swann – Rose Bowl (Jan.2)

Swann will be at the game serving in two capacities. He will be there as the AD of USC athletics and also as a fan cheering on his alma mater, USC.

Marcus Allen – Rose Bowl (Jan.2)

Allen will be there to support the USC Trojans as they face off against Penn State University

Ronnie Lott – Rose Bowl (Jan.2)

Lott will be there to support the USC Trojans as they face off against Penn State University
 
 
Bobby Bell – Rose Bowl (Jan.2)
 
Bell will be there to support the Penn State Nitty Lions as they face off against the University of Southern California. He is also being inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame (link to HOF archive Exclusive)

Jack Ham – Rose Bowl (Jan.2)
 
Ham will be there serving as a radio analysis for his alma mater, Penn State University.


Dave Robinson – Rose Bowl  (Jan.2)
 
Robinson will be there to support the Penn State Nitty Lions as they face off against the University of Southern California.
 
Randall McDaniel – National Championship Game (Jan. 9)
 
McDaniel is participating in the Extra Yard for Teachers programs. The program includes a Teachers Summit on Saturday at the Convention Center; a 5K Run on Sunday morning followed by the Taste of the Championship event that night and the game on Monday.  During halftime of the game, he will help recognize and celebrate 60 National Teachers of the Year (one from each US State and territories along with the State of Florida).

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