The College Football Hall of Fame is adding 13 new members as part of the Class of 2018, it was announced Monday–including former UNC head coach Mack Brown.

Ten former All-American players and three head coaches will be inducted this year, after a vote whittled down a list which started out with nearly 175 players and 37 coaches.

For his career, Brown went a combined 244-122-1 at the four different schools he was the head coach at.

After starting out at Appalachian State for one season in 1983, Brown then moved on to become offensive coordinator at Oklahoma for a year before taking the head job at Tulane from 1985-87.

Next came his impressive run in Chapel Hill, where he coached the Tar Heels to 69 wins–the second most in program history–from 1988-97.

UNC finished ranked in the top 10 in each of his final two years, ultimately earning him the prestigious job at the University of Texas–where he won a whopping 158 games before his dismissal in 2013, and gave the program its first national title in 35 years back in 2005.

Brown also coached a pair of players who are already enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame, in cornerback Dre Bly (UNC) and running back Ricky Williams (Texas).

He currently works as a college football analyst for ESPN.

Other notable names who are part of the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 include: Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer, Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson, Miami safety Ed Reed and Michigan cornerback Charles Woodson.



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