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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Aaron Graham
Orlando Coleman scored 18 points and Kennesaw State avenged a loss to Stetson earlier in the season with a 67-63 win Friday night.
Willie Green scored 24 points as Stetson defeated South Carolina-Upstate 77-73 on Saturday.
Some of the greatest players have had to wait decades after becoming eligible to get the call from the College Football Hall of Fame.
Frazier's center at Nebraska, Aaron Graham, said the wait was outrageous.
"The guy was the best college football player of our era," Graham said, "and certainly deserving of one of the highest honors you can achieve as a college football player."