Bo Ryan and Donald Driver to be inducted into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame
MADISON (WKOW) --- The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame announced that Wisconsin Badgers Men’s Basketball coach Bo Ryan and Green Bay Packers all-time leading wide receiver Donald Driver have been selected for induction into the Athletic Hall of Fame’s 65th Anniversary Class.
The ceremony is being held April 30 at the historic UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
Others at the event are the UW Band, Governor Scott Walker, Senator Herb Kohl, Andi and Alex from NBC's The Voice, and many of the hall of fame inductees.
The pair join 135 of the state’s greatest athletic icons, including Vince Lombardi, Hank Aaron, Oscar Robertson, Barry Alvarez, Al McGuire, Bud Selig, Junior Bridgeman, Willie Davis, Herb Kohl, Bart Starr, Ab Nicholas, Bob Harlan, Fred Miller, Alan Kulwicki, Robin Yount, Bonnie Blair and Bob Uecker in one of the country’s most historic halls of fame.
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