Auburn legend Dyas named to College Football Hall - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Auburn legend Dyas named to College Football Hall

SOUTH BEND, IN - Ed Dyas of Auburn University, along with 23 other football standouts, will be inducted into the College Football hall of Fame in ceremonies this weekend.

During his time at Auburn University, Dyas played fullback, linebacker and handled all kicking duties while maintaining a superior GPA.

During his sophomore year, Dyas started as fullback during Auburn's undefeated season.  He finished fourth in the Heisman vote his senior season, and also won the Cliff Hare Award; the highest honor an Auburn athlete can receive for academic, athletics and leadership achievement. 

Dyas went on to earn his Master's degree at Tulane. Now residing in Mobile, Dyas is a practicing orthopedic surgeon.

With this induction, Dr. Dyas will become a three-time hall of fame member, already belonging to the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame and the Mobile Sports Hall. 

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