Inductees

Ben Byrd

Tennessee has a rich tradition of great sportswriters and broadcasters, from Grantland Rice to Lindsey Nelson. Among that elite and articulate gang is Knoxville native Ben Byrd, who was sports…

Bernard King

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Bernard King became one of the most explosive basketball players in history. Playing for the University of Tennessee from 1975 – 1977, Coach Ray Mears…

Bernie Moore

The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame owes Bernie Moore a unique debt: he was the organization’s first president. Moore undertook the presidency after retiring to Winchester, Tennessee, from a life…

Betty Booker-Parks

Betty Booker-Parks is a native of Hampshire, Tennessee. She attended Hampshire High School where she excelled in basketball and was voted four times as a high school MVP. While attending…

Betty Probasco

One of the most wonderful aspects of the game of golf is that, unlike so many other sports, the athlete can have a successful career spanning many decades. Arguably, there…

Betty Wiseman

Throughout the past four decades, the name Betty Wiseman has become synonymous with Belmont University and women’s basketball. A native of Portland, Tennessee, Wiseman put together a standout prep career…

Bill Anderson

Mention the name Bill Anderson to Tennessee football fans of his generation, and they’ll tell you of great accomplishments on the gridiron. Mention his name to Vol fans of any…

Bill Barnes

Growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, Bill Barnes played football at Central High School where he was named All-Southern his senior year. Upon graduation Barnes was recruited by many of the…

Bill Battle

Bill Battle began his collegiate career at the University of Alabama, where he went on to become a three-year starter playing both offense and defense, and he was on Coach…

Bill Dupes

As a player at Sweetwater High School in Sweetwater, Tennessee, Bill Dupes was the captain of the football team and a star tailback and linebacker from 1943-1947. He played on…

Bill Majors

Every family has its share of joy and feels the pain of tragedy. For the close-knit Majors family, the short life and untimely death of son and brother Bill brings…

Bill Meyer

Bill Meyer came full circle. He was born in Knoxville, January 14, 1892, and he died there, March 31, 1957. In between he was a legendary baseball manager who made…

Bill Pack

Bill Pack began officiating high school football games in central Tennessee in the year 1939 and except for a three-year stint in the armed forces, refereed until his retirement in…

Bill Wright

From the day he hit a last-second basket for an overtime victory in a state high school basketball tournament, Bill Wright became a fixture in sports page headlines as a…

Billy Fletcher

A native of Memphis, Billy Fletcher earned All-American honors playing quarterback at South Side High School where he also played basketball, baseball, and ran track. Fletcher was a member of…

Billy J. “Spook” Murphy

Throughout his prestigious career as player, coach, and eventually athletic director, Billy J. Murphy was one of the most respected figures in the athletic community, not only locally, but also…

Billy Joe Adcock

Billy Joe Adcock did it all at West High School in Nashville. Starting in 1943 through 1946 he was a three-year letterman in football, basketball and baseball. He was a…

Billy Justus

If you followed University of Tennessee basketball in the late sixties, you must be familiar with the awesome college hoops career of Billy Justus. Before attending UT, Justus graduated from…

Bishop Frank A. Juhan

He was a champion in two glorious careers. First he was Frank Juhan, all-round athlete and prize scholar at the University of the South at Sewanee. Then he was the…

Bob Bell

Bob Bell’s 50 year sportscasting career in the state of Tennessee began as a DJ at WDXE radio on Lawrenceburg, where Bob got his first taste of play by play…

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