FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – June 30, 2020 – The National Football Foundation (NFF) and College Hall of Fame recently announced the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame Ballot. Fans have the opportunity to cast a ballot for the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame by becoming a member of the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation. The 2021 voting deadline is Tuesday, July 7.
This year, four former Minnesota football personalities were featured, including University of Minnesota Duluth coach Jim Malosky, Minnesota State University Moorhead coach Ross Fortier, St. John’s wide receiver Blake Elliott and Wayzata High School/Ohio State linebacker James Laurinaitis.
“We have such a rich tradition of excellence within the Minnesota Football community,” said Todd Fultz, President of the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation. “Our state has the unique opportunity to come together and help these Minnesota football legends earn a special place in history.”
You can become a member by following this link: https://footballfoundation.secure.force.com/membership. One ($40) and three-year ($99) membership options are available. After selecting your membership level, choose the Minnesota Chapter option from the dropdown menu.
Members receive the following benefits:
The ballot was emailed to more than 12,000 NFF members and current Hall of Famers across the nation. After votes are tallied, the NFF’s Honors Courts will help select the class. The official 2021 College Football Hall of Fame Class Presented by ETT will be announced in early 2021.
About the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation:
The Minnesota Chapter of The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to promote amateur football’s ability to develop leadership, sportsmanship, competitive spirit and academic excellence in Minnesota’s young people. The Minnesota Chapter recognizes legendary football icons, college football Hall of Famers and Minnesota’s top high school and college football scholar athletes. For more information, visit www.nffmn.org, or Facebook (@MNFootballHonors) and Twitter (@NFFMN).
Todd Fultz, President
MN Chapter of The National Football Foundation
Daniel House, Director of Media Relations and Content
MN Chapter of the National Football Foundation