Lomas Brown will be in Gainesville Saturday for the Florida-Florida State clash. During the game, he’ll be recognized as a member of the College Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2020. Because last year’s class had its in-person ceremony canceled due to the COVID, the National Football Foundation is honoring it and the 2021 class at a banquet on Dec. 7.

Lomas’ moment on Saturday will be part of that tribute from the NFF.

But since the former Gator offensive lineman is in town, he also gets the title as the game’s honorary “Mr. Two Bits.” The program announced the news on Tuesday.

“That’s the biggest thing about me coming back, man,” Lomas said in a release from the team. “I get to do, ‘Two bits! Four bits! Six bits! A dollar! All for the Gators stand up and holler!’ Are you kidding? What a tradition that is. Seeing ‘Mr. Two Bits’ at Gators game(s) was a staple, man. An institution at the University of Florida. For us football players, seeing up there was as much a part of game-day as putting on your uniform.”

Lomas, part of an offensive line dubbed “The Great Wall” was a First Team All American selection in 1984. He started 34 games at tackle for the Gators and earned 2 All-SEC selections. Brown went on to be drafted 6th overall in the 1985 Draft. His pro career was just as successful, featuring seven Pro Bowl selections and a Super Bowl.

The Gators (5-6, 2-6 SEC) and Seminoles (5-6, 4-4 ACC) square off Saturday at noon ET on ESPN.