Houston Nutt has called an end to his broadcasting career with CBS Sports after 11 years.

Nutt, who joined CBS Sports in 2012 as a college football studio analyst on CBS Sports Network, is most known for his coaching stints at Arkansas and Ole Miss. Nutt has a career record of 135–96 in 19 season as a head coach, which also included stops at Murray State and Boise State. Nutt shared on social media his plans to spend more time with family:

“After 11 incredible years, I have decided to say goodbye to my CBS Sports team to spend more time being grandpa (“Pappy”) and with family. I sincerely appreciate the opportunity to work along such a talented team. I have greatly cherished my time with CBS Sports Network and all the announcers I was fortunate to sit alongside. Thank you all for the incredible memories, I will miss you all! -Houston Nutt”

At Arkansas, Nutt led the Razorbacks to 7 bowl games, 3 SEC West titles, and averaged more than 7 wins per season. In 1998, he was named National Coach of the Year and The Football News Division 1-A Coach of the year. He is also a 3-time SEC Coach of the Year (2001, 2006, 2008). While at Ole Miss, Nutt guided the Rebels to back-to-back Cotton Bowl wins in 2009 and 2010.