Other honorees are James Blackwood
, Leanne Scott, Tom Stanton, Phil Swenson and the late Jim Taylor.
Blackwood was a member of Abilene High's 1959 state championship track team, finishing second in the 880 at the state meet in addition to running a leg on the Eagles' mile relay.
attended Abilene Christian on a track scholarship, running on the Wildcats' distance medley relay that ranked second in the world in 1961.
began a 44-year coaching career at Mann Junior High
in 1964, then went on to high school jobs in Corpus Christi and Richardson.
As a cross country coach, he won one state title, had two state runner-up finishes and a third-place state finish.
In 1972, Blackwood became an assistant track and head cross country coach at Texas, where he served as an associate director for the Texas Relays.
He also served as the Longhorns' football recruiting coordinator and worked in the Houston Astros front office before returning to coaching at Southern Mississippi and Texas-San Antonio.
sons - Frank Jr., Jimmy
, Jerry and Ronny - were all three-year lettermen for the Bucks.
Frank Jr. followed in his
father's footsteps at SMU
, playing on two SWC title teams that went to the Cotton Bowl in 1948 and '49.
played in junior college at Tarleton and Cisco
, while Jerry and Ronny both played at Oklahoma.
Jerry helped the Sooners to three Big 8 titles and two Orange Bowl berths, while Ronny, a three-year starter, was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 1962.
went on to spend nine years in the CFL
as a player