NEWS & EVENTS
Indiana Football Coaches Association
News & Events
Sadly, after two years of the unfortunate financial effects of a global pandemic felt by the arts and museums everywhere, the Indiana Football Hall of Fame in Richmond, Indiana was closed, and the building sold in December of 2021.
Nominations for 2024
Nominations for the Class of 2024 must be submitted online, by January 1, 2024. The nominations will be forwarded to the Regional Chairmen who will submit their nominees to the Hall of Fame committee. The Past President vote will take place on Saturday, March 9, 2024.
Class of 2023
On Saturday, March 11, 2023, the Past Presidents of the IFCA elected 52 new members into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Coaches elected in; Tony Ahrens, Rick Carrico, Roger Dodson, Dale Doerffler, Dean Doerffler, John Elliott, Darrin Fisher, Mike Goebel, Ott Hurrle, Ted Karras Jr., Jim Kiechle, Darin Knight, Paul Loggan, John Mallery, Reed May, Chris Meeks, Tim Shipp and Joe Siderewicz.
Players elected in; Jason Baker, Robert Boltinghouse, Drew Brees, Marcus Carpenter, John “Deke” Cooper, Vaughn Dunbar, A.J. Edds, Trai Essex, Jason Fabini, William Henry Givins III, Kevin Hardy, Ryan Kerrigan, Brett Law, Tom McConnell, William Melby, Randy Minniear, Dwayne O’Conner, Bernard Pollard, Clayton Richard, Billy Seymour, Anthony Spencer, Taylor Stubblefield, and Tom Yohee.
Contributors elected in; Bill Bilinski, Todd Clark, Tom Kubat, Fred Mitchell and Joe Schoen.
Pioneers elected in; Joe Boland, Johnny Bright, Max G. “Bup” Gill, Tom Hodge, Ross Perri and John Scheumann.
2023 Scholarship Winners Announced.
The Scholarship Committee has announced the winners of the 2023 Hall of Fame Scholarships.
2A – Alex King – Mitchell High School
3A – Kyle Turanchick – Oak Hill High School
4A – Andrew Szelis – Huntington North High School
4A – Evan Barker – Kokomo High School
5A – Tyler Peterson – Valparaiso High School
6A – Theodore Katris – Warsaw High School