This is your chance to cast a ballot for the Goal Line Stalker to be included in the SB Nation college football hall of fame. I'm not lobbying you to do so, after the inexplicable initial snub, and I've demoted the similar fanshots about Champ Bailey and David Pollack back to the sidebar due to recently raised doubts about the seriousness with which this hall ought to be regarded, but I voted for Walker, and, if you're still interested in this exercise, you should, too.
In the interests of equal time, the commissioner's explanation of the process is here for your consideration. I encourage you to read it, so that you might make fully informed judgments after considering all positions on these issues.
First, Herschel Walker appeared on the show with Donald Trump, who technically was the Goal Line Stalker's first employer after college.
Now, Bill Goldberg (who, having attained post-football fame as a professional wrestler using only one name, now is referred to strictly by his surname, calling to mind the respectful references to Lynyrd Skynyrd as "Skynyrd") is following in Walker's footsteps.
Georgia football players from the 1980s . . . they'll serve as business understudies to Donald Trump and beat the crap out of you in the ring!