Twenty-seven Husker players and coaches have been selected for the College Football and/or Pro Football Hall of Fame. In addition, the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame includes more than 300 Husker players and coaches. Click on column headers in player section to sort.

 

  Years Inducted
Players Pos. at NU   CFB  PFB
AlbertsTrev Alberts OLB   1990-93 2015  
BehmForrest Behm T 1938-40 1988  
BrownBob Brown G 1961-63 1993  2004
ChamberlinGuy Chamberlin HB/E   1914-15 1962  1965
CrouchEric Crouch QB   1998-2001  2020  
FrancisSam Francis FB 1934-36 1977  
FrazierTommie Frazier QB 1992-95 2013  
GloverRich Glover MG 1970-72 1995  
LymanW. Roy “Link” Lyman T 1918-21    1964
MeylanWayne Meylan MG 1965-67 1991  
ReynoldsBobby Reynolds HB 1950-52 1984  
RimingtonDave Rimington C 1979-82 1997  
RodgersJohnny Rodgers WB 1970-72 2000  
RozierMike Rozier RB 1981-83 2006  
SauerGeorge Sauer FB 1931-33 1954  
ShieldsWill Shields G 1989-92 2011  2015
SwansonClarence Swanson  E 1918-21 1973  
TaylorAaron Taylor G/C   1994-97 2018  
TingelhoffMick Tingelhoff C 1959-61    2015
WeirEd Weir T 1923-25 1951  
WistromGrant Wistrom DE 1994-97 2009  
 
  Career Years Inducted
Coaches span*     at NU*   CFB  PFB
BibleDana X. Bible 1913-46 1929-36 1951  
DevaneyBob Devaney 1957-72 1962-72 1981  
JonesLawrence “Biff” Jones 1926-41 1937-41 1954  
OsborneTom Osborne 1973-97 1973-97 1999  
RobinsonEdward N. Robinson  1896-1925   1896-97 1955  
YostFielding Yost 1897-1926   1898 1951  
 
*Prior years as assistant coach, if any, not included
 
NOTES
• Chamberlin played at Nebraska Wesleyan in 1911 and 1912
• Lyman did not play in 1920
• Bible also coached at Mississippi College, LSU, Texas A&M and Texas
• Devaney also coached at Wyoming
• Jones also coached at Army, LSU and Oklahoma
• Robinson also coached at Brown and Maine
• Yost also coached at Ohio Wesleyan, Kansas, Stanford and Michigan
• Francis Schmidt, an NU player in 1905 and ’06, is in the CFB Hall, but as a coach at several schools
• Pete Elliott, NU’s head coach in 1956, is in the CFB Hall, but as a Michigan player
• Barry Alvarez, an NU player from 1965 to ’67, is in the CFB Hall, but as a Wisconsin coach