Not sure if I've posted this in the right section or not, but over on one of the Uk sites, we had a Hall of Fame section, which ran successfully for a good while and prompted some interesting debate as well as sometimes being educating, sometimes controversial but always interesting. I'll explain how it works: Over a two week period, members can nominate any player, coach or significant moment from the NFL or NCAA's history. Basic criteria is the player or coach has to be retired, while the significant moment can be a game, a particular play or any other memorable event that you think should be Hall-worthy. If you want to nominate for any of the above, offer your nomination in the two week period by posting your nomination and why you have decided to nominate who/whatever you have chosen. Give your reasons, write a short piece, copy and paste, whatever - as long as you give the judges something to consider. Maybe it was your favourite player, who perhaps wasn't a legend, perhaps it's someone who has been cruelly omitted from the real Hall of Fame - so give them the recognition you feel they deserve! Once voting is closed, a panel of judges will go through the nominations (if any!) and decide on that weeks enshrinees, up to a maximum of 6 in any given week. Myself, Horrorshow and Stockers are the judges, as we have all successfully worked together on a HOF before. Anyone can nominate, the only guidelines being no more than 2 nominations per voting period. You can re-nominate as many times as you like, if your pick doesn't get in first time. Judges are permitted to vote as well, although this in no way means that their picks get in every time - it's all based on majority votes, and the judges only have a certain amount of votes they can allocate. Voting will be from Saturday to Saturday over a two week period. At sometime on the Sunday, the judges will make their selections, to be posted when we've made our minds up. So, if you're interested, get your nominations in as the nomination window is open now until the 19th May. Hopefully, we can create some debate, and remember some of the great (and perhaps unsung) heroes of our past. If we get enough response to open the Hall, myself or one of the judges will post the successful candidates into a seperate thread which will serve as the Hall. Hope this works!