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Stanford University, the University of Texas at Austin and Texas Christian University each have their own storied histories of athletic success – ranging from the more than 15,000 letter-winning students in Stanford’s 36 varsity sports, TCU’s national-champion rifle team and 20 other competitive varsity sports, or the 55 national championship-winning clubs that the Texas Longhorns have had.

Now, the three schools are looking to pay homage to those athletic accomplishments through new hall of fame facilities on their campuses. 

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