Jim Tressel, who led Ohio State's football program from 2001-10, winning a national championship in 2002, is being inducted into the Buckeyes' athletics hall of fame.
The school announced the hall of fame class today, which also features former OSU wide receiver Joey Galloway.
Tressel left Ohio State following the 2010 season amid NCAA sanctions surrounding the TattooGate scandal.
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At Ohio State, Tressel went 94-22, winning the 2002 BCS National Championship Game against heavily-favored Miami. He went 8-1 against Michigan.