Former LSU Football offensive lineman Alan Faneca has been named to the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame 2014 class.

Per LSUSports.net
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Faneca, a two-time All-America offensive lineman at LSU in 1996-97, was chosen for nine straight Pro Bowls as a guard during 13 NFL seasons with Pittsburgh (helping the Steelers win Super Bowl XL), New York and Arizona. Faneca started 201 of his 206 NFL games and earned spots on the Steelers’ 75th anniversary team in 2007, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s All-2000s Team.

Its always good to see former LSU greats getting recognized. Congrats Faneca.
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