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March 31, 2014 12:05 PM

Brad Hill, Kendall Gammon, Chuck Broyles lead 2014 MIAA Hall of Fame class

Ten former coaches and athletes will be inducted into the Mid-America Intercollegiate Association Hall of Fame, Class of 2014. The group includes current Kansas State baseball coach Brad Hill, former Chiefs offensive lineman Kendall Gammon, and Gammon’s national championship winning coach at Pittsburg State in 1991, Chuck Broyles.

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