|New Website. New Location. New Experience|
|Written by Staff Reports|
|Thursday, 10 July 2014 16:26|
The College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience is redefining what a Hall of Fame can be, providing an engaging and interactive experience from the moment fans set foot inside the building.
Get a sneak preview by visiting our new website, which offers fans a unique digital experience. The College Football Hall of Fame is scheduled to open its doors on August 23.
Through the new website, college football fans can:
Purchase tickets online beginning Aug. 1. No need to wait in line at the Hall. Become a Hall of Fame insider and be the first to purchase tickets by receiving access to a presale when you sign up for updates on our new website.
Learn more about the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience, including information about interactive galleries and exhibits.
Search for Hall of Fame inductees, and learn more about each player through engaging videos, photos and statistical profiles.
Learn more about and view the new Hall of Fame's event space and rental options for group tours, private parties and school groups.
Stay updated on Hall of Fame news and events, www.cfbhall.com
Former Appalachian State University football coach Jerry Moore will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame December 9 with 15 other inductees at the 57th NFF Annual Awards Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. Moore is the winningest coach in App State and Southern Conference history.
Moore compiled a 215-87 record in his 24 seasons at Appalachian State (1989-2012), including 10 SoCon championships, 18 postseason appearances and an unprecedented three-straight NCAA Division I FCS/I-AA national titles (2005-07).
In 31 years as a head coach, Moore was 242-135-2, which is good for 15th all-time among NCAA Division I coaches. In 2012 alone, Moore passed coaching legends Bo Schembechler (234 victories), Billy Joe (237) and Woody Hayes (238) on the all-time wins list.
While he enjoyed success at nearly every stop of his 51-year coaching career, his 24 seasons at Appalachian State cemented Moore's standing as one of college football's all-time great mentors.
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