Before he came to Missouri, Gary Pinkel racked up the most wins for a head football coach in Toledo history and also played college football for Kent State.

Already a Hall of Fame member at both Kent State and Toledo, on Friday the Mid-American Conference announced it will induct Pinkel in its 2015 class.

The MAC Coach of the Year in ’95 and ’97, Pinkel coached Toledo to a 73-37-3 record in 10 seasons, winning three division championships and one conference championship. His teams finished the season ranked in the national Top 25 in three different seasons.

Pinkel accepted the head coaching job at Missouri in 2000 and since has become the Tigers’ all-time leader in wins as well with a record of 113-66. He’s sixth among active FBS coaches with 186 career wins and should reach the 200-win milestone sometime in 2016, barring a huge backslide.

Among the five names who will be inducted on May 27 is former Miami (Ohio) quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, a three-time Pro Bowler and twice a Super Bowl champion with the Pittsburgh Steelers.