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Willis McGahee, Kellen Winslow among Miami sports hall of fame inductees

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Former Miami football stars Willis McGahee and Kellen Winslow are among the eight inductees into the Hurricanes' athletic hall of fame.

McGahee was a running back on the loaded 2001 national championship team and dominated the next year, earning first-team All-America honors and setting program records with 1,753 yards and 28 touchdowns. His teammate from the national title team, All-America offensive lineman Joaquin Gonzalez, is another inductee.

Winslow caught 119 passes as a tight end - fifth most in school history - before embarking on a 10-season NFL career that included a stop with the Bucs.

The other inductees, who will be honored before the Oct. 24 home game against Clemson:

Will Allen (men's basketball, 1969-71)

Megan Bradley (women's tennis, 2002-05)

Charlie Hodgson (men's swimming coach, 1973-86)

Tamara James (women's basketball, 2002-06)

Jon Jay (baseball, 2004-06)

[Last modified: Wednesday, October 7, 2015 2:24pm]

    

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