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Staley Elected To South Carolina HOF

The Philadelphia Eagles are proud to announce that former running back and current special teams quality control coach Duce Staley (DUUUUCE!) has been elected to the University of South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.

Staley finished his two-year collegiate career at South Carolina with 1,852 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns on 345 carries and caught 59 passes for 489 yards and two scores. As a senior, he ranked 13th in the nation with 1,116 rushing yards en route to earning first team All-SEC honors.

One of the most popular and toughest players ever to suit up for the Eagles, Staley's 4,807 rushing yards rank 4th in team history. He was also voted by his teammates as the Eagles offensive MVP three times during his career.

He will be inducted in a ceremony at the Columbia, S.C., Metropolitan Convention Center on May 14.

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