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Iowa's Cook on 2012 FBS Hall of Fame ballot


Former Hawkeye Marv Cook is on the ballot for the National Football Foundation's 2012 Football Bowl Subdivision College Football Hall of Fame.

Cook, who is originally from West Branch, played for the Hawkeyes from 1985-1988.  He was a consensus First Team All-American in 1988, a two-time First Team All-Big Ten selection and a member of the 1985 Big Ten Championship team.  Cook holds the record for most catches by a tight end with 126 and was a 1987 Academic All-Big Ten selection. 

Cook, who played in the NFL from 1989-1995, is currently the head coach at Iowa City Regina High School.  His named was first placed on the ballot in 2010.

The ballot was mailed to the more than 12,000 National Football Foundation members and current Hall of Famers this week.

The 2012 Hall of Fame Class will be announced on May 15 in New York City.  They will be inducted on December 4.

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