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Three Austinites Make Way to Texas Hall

Updated: Saturday, August 3 2013, 09:47 PM CDT
The Texas Sports Hall of Fame inducted seven of the state’s finest in Waco Monday night.  The list is not short on talent.

UT Heisman Trophy winning running back Ricky Williams, UT superstar pitcher Cat Osterman and former Westlake quarterback Drew Brees represented the Austin area with their inductions.

"I look back now and I see the Texas that was Texas before I got there and the Texas that's Texas now are different,” said Williams.  “I like to think I had a part in that, so that feels good."

Cowboys running back Walt Garrison earned the nod, as did former baseball great Eddie Matthews, a Texarkana product.  Bobby Moegle, who won more games than any high school baseball coach in Texas history at Lubbock Monterey

Shaquille O’Neal, one of the headliners of the class, had a family issue and had to cancel his trip at the last minute.  O’Neal won a 3A state championship at the Erwin Center while at San Antonio Cole.

“More than anything it's mind blowing cause I'm not a household name according to compared to these guys,” said a beaming Osterman.  “It's awesome to be included in a class with them."Three Austinites Make Way to Texas Hall


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