Also elected were Georgia South-ern quarterback Tracy Ham (1983-86), Kentucky State quarterback Joe Kendall (1934-36), Bloomsburg linebacker Frank Sheptock (1982-85) and Concordia coach Jim Christopherson (1969-2000).
Tuggle played linebacker for Valdosta State from 1983-86, setting a school career record for tackles (340). He went on to play 14 seasons in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons.
Joe won 237 games as coach of Florida A&M (1994-2004), Central State (Ohio) (1981-93) and Cheyney (Pa.) (1972-78).
GEORGIA SOUTHERN: Three players have been dismissed from the team after being arrested Friday on various charges during a Brad Paisley concert at Paulson Stadium in Statesboro.
Kevin Van Kirk, Ben Granitz and Matt Duke were connected to car burglaries in the stadium parking lot, according to John Miles, a university police investigator.
"With the information we have pertaining to Friday night's incident, Matt Duke, Kevin Van Kirk and Ben Granitz forfeited the privilege to be a part of the Georgia Southern football program, but naturally we're going to help them become good citizens in their future endeavors," coach Chris Hatcher said in a statement.
Chase DeCarlo, a fourth player, was arrested for attempting to elude a police officer with Granitz and Duke in his truck. Hatcher didn't address DeCarlo's future with the team.