Former UK Football Players At Kentucky Pro Football Hall Of Fame Induction
07/01/2013 05:33 PM
UK football has been making a lot of noise lately with Mark Stoops and his staff, but Friday night, the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame honored a former Wildcat for his exceptional career.
Irv Goode was a guard for Kentucky for two years before being drafted with the 12th overall pick for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1962. After nine years in St. Louis, Goode spent two very successful seasons in Miami, helping the Dolphins win Super Bowl VII in 1973.
Friday night, KSTV’s Bradley McKee caught up with Goode to talk about his induction into the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame and what he thinks the future holds for UK football.
Goode wasn’t the only Wildcat at the indcution ceremony. Danville-native and former UK defensive end Dennis Johnson was on hand to help give out awards and honor the current inductees.
Finally, former Kentucky linebacker Marty Moore was also at the induction ceremony. Moore grew up in Fort Thomas, Kentucky and played eight season for the New England Patriots and the Cleveland Browns. Here he is talking about the Hall of Fame induction and Kentucky football.