UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Former Penn State All-America tailback Curt Warner, the Nittany Lions’ career rushing yardage leader, will be enshrined in the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame on Saturday, July 17. Warner is the 17th Penn State student-athlete to receive college football’s ultimate honor.
Warner and all the class members will be honored at Saturday night’s Enshrinement Dinner and Show in South Bend, Ind. to cap Enshrinement Festival activities. Warner and the 17 other members of the Bowl Subdivision class were inducted last December at a black tie dinner in New York City. Four players and two coaches from the Divisional Class will join them this weekend.
A resident of Camas, Wash., Warner is the 22nd member of the Penn State program to gain enshrinement in the Hall of Fame, joining Joe Paterno, 16 other former players and four Nittany Lion