Mack Brown is going to be a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
The National Football Foundation announced Monday that the former Texas coach and ESPN analyst will be joining the 13-person class. The induction ceremony will take place on Dec. 4 in New York City.
In 16 years at Texas, Brown went 158-48 with a national championship after the 2005 season, a 41-38 victory over USC in the Rose Bowl. His teams won two Big 12 titles and reached the championship game in 2009, where it lost to Alabama.
During his tenure, Texas won at least 10 games nine times, and had a 10-5 record in bowl games. His teams also made a program-record 12 consecutive bowl games from 1998-09.
Brown will also become the third Longhorns coach to become a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, joining Dana Bible and Darrell Royal.
Here is the class:
• Tevor Cobb, RB, Rice (1989-92)
• Kerry Collins, QB, Penn State (1991-94)
• Dave Dickenson, QB, Montana (1992-95)
• Dana Howard, LB, Illinois (191-94)
• Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech (2004-06)
• Paul Palmer, RB, Temple (1983-86)
• Ed Reed, DB, Miami (1998-2001)
• Matt Stinchcomb, OT, Georgia (1995-98)
• Aaron Taylor, C/OG, Nebraska (1994-97)
• Charles Woodson, DB, Michigan (1995-97)
• Frank Beamer, coach at Murray State (1981-86), Virginia Tech (1987-2015)
• Mack Brown, coach at Appalachian State (1983), Tulane (1985-87), North Carolina (1988-97), Texas (1998-2013)
• Mel Tjeerdsma, coach at Austin College (1984-93), Northwest Missouri State (1994-2010)