Former University of Tennessee football stars Larry Seivers and Trey Teague have been selected to be part of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame's 2013 class, announced Wednesday.
Seivers, whose prolific career as a receiver for the Vols might be best known for his 2-point reception to beat Clemson at Neyland Stadium in 1974, 29-28, and Teague, who was a starting offensive lineman on the Vols' 13-0 national championship team in 1998 are part of a group of 11 former athletes from throughout the state that will be inducted at the Hall's annual banquet at the Renaissance Hotel in Nashville on May 4.
The other inductees are:
Ermal Allen, a Morristown native that starred at the University of Kentucky and played or coached under Tom Landry, Gen. Neyland, Bear Bryant, Adolph Rupp, Paul Brown and Blanton Collier; Allen died in 1988
Bob Bell, who spent 50 years in broadcasting, serving as host for the Vol network for a number of years; Bell died in 2010
Rick Byrd, basketball coach at Belmont University and former graduate assistant at Tennessee under Ray Mears and son of longtime Knoxville sports writer Ben Byrd
Penny Hardaway, Memphis and later NBA basketball star
Leonard Hamilton, former UT-Martin athlete and current basketball coach at Florida State
Kelly Holcomb, Middle Tennessee State star and NFL player
Chris Jones, basketball standout and coach at Carson-Newman College
Frank Wychek, All-pro tight end and current radio color commentator for the Tennessee Titans
John Ed Miller, former Vanderbilt basketball star and Nashville community leader, will be the Hall’s Lifetime Achievement inductee