Ken Huff Named to 2017 College Football Hall of Fame Ballot
Ken Huff, North Carolina - Offensive Guard - 1974 consensus First Team All-American and First Team All-Conference selection. Recipient of the Jacob’s Blocking Trophy as the ACC’s best offensive lineman in 1974. Team captain who helped UNC set school total offense records and finish fifth nationally in 1974.
Ken Huff represents North Carolina as ACC legend
Former offensive lineman Ken Huff, who played in the 1970s and owns a custom home building company in Chapel Hill, is North Carolina’s representative on the 2015 class of football legends for the Atlantic Coast Conference. Clemson’s selection is linebacker Anthony Simmons.
Ken Huff Named To 2015 ACC Legends Class
Former North Carolina All-America guard Ken Huff is among 14 standouts named to the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Class of Football Legends announced Tuesday by the league office. Huff will be honored at the ACC Night of Legends presented by the Belk Bowl on Friday, Dec. 4, and during the on-field pregame festivities at the 11th annual Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship.
Ken Huff Named Walter Camp Alumni Award Winner
Former UNC standout and 1974 All-America offensive guard Ken Huff is the recipient of the 2013 Walter Camp Alumni Award, the Walter Camp Football Foundation announced Monday. Huff joins a distinguished list of former winners, including Alan Page (Notre Dame), Bo Jackson (Auburn), Tony Dorsett (Pittsburgh), Herschel Walker (Georgia), Mark May (Pittsburgh) and Derrick Brooks (Florida State).
Rekindling That O-Line Tradition
The seventies and eighties were high times for Carolina offensive linemen, with seven Tar Heels landing first-team All-America honors—Ron Rusnak, Ken Huff, Ron Wooten, Dave Dreschler, Brian Blados, Harris Barton and Pat Crowley.
Huff, Ol' Roy enter Sports Hall of Fame
Ken Huff was born in Kansas, but when he clicked his Heels together it brought him to North Carolina. Huff, a former first-team All-America offensive lineman for the UNC football team, was inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday. Roy Williams, a North Carolina native with his own connection to Kansas, was also among those inducted in the 2008 class.
Roy Williams tops N.C. Hall class
UNC basketball coach Roy Williams will be adding another Hall of Fame plaque to his trophy collection. Williams, enshrined in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame last year, is among eight accomplished sportsmen who will be inducted in the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame at a spring banquet in Raleigh. The other honorees are Tom Butters, Leo Hart, Richard Childress, Bill Hensley, Ken Huff, Jack Jensen and Curly Neal.