Former Penn State All-America tailback Curt Warner, the Nittany Lions’ career rushing yardage leader, has been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame. Warner is the 17th Penn State player to receive college football’s ultimate honor.
Warner will be inducted with other members of the Class of 2009 at the National Football Foundation’s 52nd annual awards dinner on December 8 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. He will become the 22nd member of the Penn State program inducted, joining Joe Paterno, 16 other former players and four Nittany Lion coaches. The most recent Penn State player so honored was offensive lineman Keith Dorney in 2005.

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