The CRC hall of fame induction ceremony started with a moment of silence for Arthur Ayers, a football star for Cosumnes River College in 1976. He was paralyzed early that season making a tackle on a kickoff, the darkest moment in the school’s sports history. Ayers died in February in Fresno at 58 from health issues related to his injury.
The CRC hall of fame induction ceremony started with a moment of silence for Arthur Ayers, a football star for Cosumnes River College in 1976. He was paralyzed early that season making a tackle on a kickoff, the darkest moment in the school’s sports history. Ayers died in February in Fresno at 58 from health issues related to his injury. Ayers family
The CRC hall of fame induction ceremony started with a moment of silence for Arthur Ayers, a football star for Cosumnes River College in 1976. He was paralyzed early that season making a tackle on a kickoff, the darkest moment in the school’s sports history. Ayers died in February in Fresno at 58 from health issues related to his injury. Ayers family

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