Michigan State’s Kirk Gibson Going to the Hall of Fame
According to MLB.com, former Michigan State Spartan and Detroit Tiger (and mustache icon) Kirk Gibson is going to the...College Football Hall of Fame. Of course before he played for the Tigers and was the 1988 MVP when he played for the Dodgers, Kirk played wide receiver for the Spartans. In 1978, as a senior for the Spartans, he was a first-team All-American. His career average of 21 yards per reception still stands as an MSU record. And, even though he went on to play pro baseball, he was drafted in the 7th round of the 1979 NFL draft by the St. Louis football Cardinals.
The College Football Hall of Fame USED to be in South Bend, IN. It is now located in downtown Atlanta.
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