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2022 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES


UCLA All-American and NFL standout Foster is one of the most accomplished running backs in school history and returned to Westwood following his professional playing career to serve on the football staff. He completed his Bruin playing career second on the all-time touchdowns scored list (44), third on the school's all-time rushing list (3,194 yards) and fifth on the all-time Bruin scoring list (266 points). Foster was ranked 18th on the Pac-10 career rushing list when he left for the NFL, and his 722 career rushing attempts were the most in school history. As a senior in 2001, he led the Pac-10 in rushing (138.6 yards per game), scoring (9.75 points per game), and all-purpose yardage (154.75 yards per game). In his seven-year NFL career, he recorded more than 4,500 total yards and 16 touchdowns, including a 33-yard run in Super Bowl XXXVIII. During his tenure on the Bruin coaching staff, he has been instrumental in the development of some of the most productive running backs in the Pac-12, Paul Perkins, Joshua Kelley, Demetric Felton Jr. and Zach Charbonnet.


 

Ed Kezirian, also known as Coach K, was a standout football player at UCLA and then returned as an assistant coach on some of the most successful teams in school history. After his coaching career, his contributions to his alma mater continued as an administrator for academics and student development, where he helped mentor hundreds of student-athletes throughout their education. An all-conference offensive lineman in 1973 who was presented UCLA's Kenneth S. Washington Award as the team's outstanding senior offensive player, Kezirian helped pave the way for a Bruin rushing attack that led the nation (400.3 yards per game) and an offense which established school records for scoring average (42.7 ppg) and single season rushing yards (4,403) in 1973. As a coach, he helped guide Bruin teams to wins in eight-straight bowl game appearances, including three Rose Bowl victories in 1983, 1984 and 1986, and as interim head coach at the 2002 Las Vegas Bowl he led the Bruins to victory. Three of the teams for which he served as an assistant coach equaled the school record for wins in a season with 10.


 

UCLA FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS


1984

Gary Beban

Paul Cameron

Billy Kilmer

Donn Moomaw

Jackie Robinson

Henry “Red” Sanders

Bill Spaulding

Kenny Washington

Bob Waterfield

1993

Maurice “mac” Goodstein

Don Manning

2003

Don Rogers

Tim Wrightman

1985

Bob Davenport

Tommy Prothro

1994

John Richardson

John Sciarra

2004

Dennis Dummit

Carlton Gray

James Owens

1986

Kermit Alexander

Burr Baldwin

Mike Frankovich

Don Paul

1995

John Peterson

Jerry Shipkey

2005

Hardiman Cureton

1987

George Dickerson

Jack Ellena

Bert LaBrucherie

Jim Salsbury

Jack Tidball

1996

Skip Rowland

Dick Wallen

2006

Jonathan Ogden

1988

Mel Farr Sr.

1997

Cal Rossi

2008

Eric Turner

1989

Peter H. Dailey

Tom Fears

1998

Randy Cross

Gaston Green

Ken Norton Jr.

Tom Ramsey

2009

James “Cap” Haralson

Cade McNown

J.J. Stokes

1990

Norm Duncan

Mike Marienthal

1999

Troy Aikman

Sam Boghosian

Dave Dalby

Ernie Johnson

2011

Theotis Brown

1991

Kenny Easley

Jerry Robinson

2000

George Farmer

Carnell Lake

Dick Vermeil

2012

Fred McNeill

1992

Jim Johnson

Freeman McNeil

Woody Strode

2001

Jim brown

Charles Cheshire

Terry Donahue

John Lee

2014

Francis Wai

2002

Ted Narleski

2015

Danny Farmer

2016

Wendall Tyler

2017

Maurice Jones-Drew

Bobby Field

2019

Skip Hicks

2021

Marcedes Lews


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