Which College Produced The Most NFL Hall of Famers?

There are plenty of schools out there claiming to be the best factory for producing NFL legends...but who really has the edge? Let's take a look at which schools sent the most people to Canton:

8. (tie) Penn State, 6

Jack Ham, Franco Harris, Mike Michalske, Lenny Moore, Mike Munchak, Dave Robinson

8. (tie) Oregon, 6

Dan Fouts, Alphonse "Tuffy" Leemans, Mel Renfro, Norm Van Brocklin, Dave Wilcox, Gary Zimmerman

8. (tie) Minnesota, 6

Bobby Bell, Carl Eller, Bud Grant, Bronko Nagurski, Leo Nomellini, Charlie Sanders

8. (tie) Miami (FL), 6

Ted Hendricks, Michael Irvin, Jim Kelly, Cortez Kennedy, Jim Otto, Warren Sapp

8. (tie) Illinois, 6

Dick Butkus, Harold "Red" Grange, George Halas, Bobby Mitchell, Ray Nitschke, Hugh "Shorty" Ray

6. (tie) Syracuse, 7

Jim Brown, Larry Csonka, Al Davis, Floyd Little, John Mackey, Art Monk, Jim Ringo

6. (tie) Alabama, 7

John Hannah, Don Hutson, Joe Namath, Ozzie Newsome, Bart Starr, Dwight Stephenson, Derrick Thomas

4. (tie) Michigan, 8

George Allen, Dan Dierdorf, Len Ford, Benny Friedman, Bill Hewitt, Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, Tom Mack, Ralph Wilson, Jr.

4. (tie) Pittsburgh, 8

Mike Ditka, Chris Doleman, Tony Dorsett, Russ Grimm, Rickey Jackson, Dan Marino, Curtis Martin, Joe Schmidt

3. Ohio State, 9

Cris Carter, Sid Gillman, Lou Groza, Dante Lavelli, Dick LeBeau, Jim Parker, Ed Sabol, Paul Warfield, Bill Willis

2. Notre Dame, 10

Nick Buoniconti, Dave Casper, George Connor, Paul Hornung, Earl "Curly" Lambeau, John "Blood" McNally, Wayne Millner, Joe Montana, Alan Page, George Trafton

1. USC, 11

Marcus Allen, Morris "Red" Badgro, Frank Gifford, Ronnie Lott, Bruce Matthews, Ron Mix, Anthony Muñoz, O.J. Simpson, Lynn Swann, Willie Wood, Ron Yary

Other schools with at least three players in the hall include Arizona State, SMU, and UCLA (5), Florida State, Grambling, Morgan State, Purdue, Texas and the University of San Francisco (4), Duke, Fordham, Iowa, Jackson State, Kansas, Louisiana State, Louisiana Tech, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina State, Stanford, Texas A&M, Tulsa, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin (3). Compton Junior College also sent three guys to the hall: Hugh McElhenny, Joe "Refrigerator" Perry, and legendary commish Pete Rozelle, who later graduated from the University of San Francisco.

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