Grambling legend James ‘Hound Dog’ Hunter inducted into Black College Football Hall of Fame

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The late James “Hound Dog” Hunter was recognized, over the weekend.

The former Tigers cornerback was inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame, in Atlanta.

During his time at GSU, he was a three-time “All-American”.

Hunter was drafted by the Lions in 1976. He spent seven seasons with Detroit (1976-82). During that period, he led the team in interceptions in three of those years.

Hunter passed away in 2010.

The Black College Football Hall of Fame was founded in 2009, by two Grambling legends, Doug Williams and James “Shack” Harris.

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