LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- The voice of University of Louisville football and basketball, Paul Rogers, has been selected along with six others for the 2014 class of inductees to the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame.
Those being inducted June 18 in Louisville also include former Louisville Fairdale basketball coach Stan Hardin, Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park baseball coach Bill Miller, the late Louisville boxer Rudell Stitch, Valhalla Golf Club, Triathlete Susan Bradley-Cox and American Saddlebred rider and trainer Charles "Redd" Crabtree.
The Courier-Journal said the Hall of Fame announced the inductees Tuesday at the Yum Center. Tickets to the Hall of Fame banquet are available at their website.
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