former college/NBA power forward/center; played for University of South Carolina, Boston Celtics, Utah Jazz & Denver Nuggets; won World Championship with Celtics (75-76); played United States Men's National Basketball Team, winning Bronze medal-FIBA 1974
former college/NFL linebacker; played for Jackson State University and Houston Oilers; nicknamed 'Dr. Doom'; 6X All-Pro, 7X Pro Bowler; member of NFL 1970s All-Decade Team; 1975 Defensive ROY; #6 pick overall 1975 NFL Draft; member of Pro Football HOF
21 year old student at Middlebury College in Vermont when he was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi for his participation in a Freedom Ride from Nashville, Tennessee to Jackson, Mississippi on June 10, 1961
Former NHL forward born 1955 with the Montreal Canadians (1977/78 - 1978/79), Pittsburgh Penguins (1979/80 - 1980/81), Edmonton Oilers (1980/81 - 1984/85), Buffalo Sabres (1985/86), St. Louis Blues (1986/87), and Hartford Whalers (1986/87). Attended U of
Former NHL forward. Teams: Buffalo Sabres(1975/76 - 1978/79, 1982/83), Pittsburgh Penguins(1978/79 - 1980/81), Detroit Red Wings(1980/81), Calgary(1981/82), Washington Capitals(1983/84), N.J. Devils(1983/84 - 1984/85),& Toronto maple Leafs(1985/86)
Former NHL defenseman. Played for the N.Y. Islanders (1975/76 - 1978/79), Edmonton Oilers (1979/80 - 1980/81), Pittsburgh Penguins (1980/81 - 1982/83), Quebec Nordiques (1982/83 - 1986/87), N.Y. Rangers (1986/87), and Minnesota North Stars (1987/88)
former college/NFL defensive end/linebacker; played for University of Maryland & Dallas Cowboys; member of NFL Hall of Fame, Super Bowl XII MVP; 2X All-American; 9X Pro Bowler; Outland Trophy winner; member of College Football Hall of Fame; 'The Manster'