OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Former Dallas Cowboys Drew Pearson and Tony Casillas headline this year's class to join the Oklahoma Sports
Hall of Fame.
Pearson was a receiver at the University of Tulsa before going
on to win a Super Bowl with the Cowboys.
Casillas won the national championship in 1985 as a defensive
lineman for Oklahoma, then also won a Super Bowl with Dallas.
Former All-Star pitcher Eddie Fisher and retired NBA executive
Bob Bass will also be inducted. Former Oklahoma A&M wrestler Jack
VanBebber and Langston University coach Caesar "Zip" Gayles will
be honored posthumously.
The induction ceremony will be August 18th at the National
Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.
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