Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name


Angie Wilson - Lincoln Southeast

Bobby Ginn - Madison

Charles "Deacon" Jones - Boys Town

Dennis Smith - Papillion

Denny Fuehrer - Norfolk

Duane Haith - Omaha

Ernie Wach - Bartley

Father Patrick O'Byrne - Hastings St. Cecilia/Wahoo Neumann

George Pfeifer - Boys Town

Jason "Bump" Novacek - Gothenburg

Jodi Stineman Emsick - Lincoln Southeast

Johnny Goodman - Omaha South

Kathy Travis Miiller - Lincoln Christian

Ken Cook - Adams

Leroy A. Zentic - Lincoln East

Louise Pound - Lincoln UNL Latin School

Mike Iseman - Fremont

Myron Oehlerking - Lincoln East

Ray Knaub - Scottsbluff

Steve Hokuf - Crete

Vern Plambeck - Kearney

Athlete.Ed Husmann’s road to a professional football career began at Ogallala High School. Where he earned all-conference and all-state honors in 1948. He also lettered in basketball and track at Ogallala High School before moving to the University of Nebraska where he was a star on the Cornhusker football and wrestling teams. In football, he lettered in 1950, ’51 and ’52. He was the captain of the Husker football team and named the most valuable defensive lineman in 1952. He also played in the East-West Shrine Game. On the wrestling mat, he was the 1953 Big Seven heavyweight champion and finished third at the national meet. He went on to play professional football for the Chicago Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys and Houston Oilers, playing on the Oilers’ AFL championship team of 1961. A three-time Pro Bowl selection, he set the Oilers’ single game sack record of four in 1961. Lives in Conroe, TX.