Three Huskers were among the 77 players and five coaches who comprise the 2013 Football Bowl Subdivision Ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, announced Tuesday by the National Football Foundation.
The Hall of Fame Class will be announced at noon May 7 in New York City.
The three Huskers on the ballot:
>> Trev Alberts, LB, Nebraska: Named unanimous First Team All-America, Big Eight Defensive Player of the Year and Academic All-America in 1993 .. Recipient of the 1993 Butkus Award and two-time First Team All-Conference pick … NFF National Scholar-Athlete in 1993.
>> Eric Crouch, QB, Nebraska: 2001 Heisman, Walter Camp, and Davey O’Brien Award winner who led the Huskers to the 2001 national title game … Holds the NCAA record for career rushing TDs by a quarterback (59) … Led NU to a 42-9 record and four bowl berths.
>> Tommie Frazier, QB, Nebraska: 1995 consensus First Team All-America and Johnny Unitas award winner … 1995 Heisman trophy runner-up and Big Eight Offensive Player of the Year … Led the Huskers to back-to-back perfect national championship seasons in 1994 and 1995.