Former Duke coach Steve Spurrier will add another honor to his career on Saturday as the school he coached in the late 1980s will honor him during the Blue Devils’ game on Saturday against Pittsburgh.

The honor will be in the form of an “On-Campus Salute” after Spurrier was one of 13 individuals in the Class of 2017, announced in January by The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame.

Spurrier went 20-13-1 as coach of the Blue Devils from 1987-89. He was the ACC Coach of the Year in 1988 and 1989, as Duke played in the ACC Championship and All American Bowl in 1989. In 2016, Spurrier was named an ambassador and consultant for the Florida Gators Athletic Department nearly a year after he retired from coaching at South Carolina.

Spurrier retired from coaching during the 2015 season in his 11th season at South Carolina. He finished his career with a record of 228-89-2 (.718) as a college head coach.

The Heisman Trophy recipient in 1966 as a quarterback at Florida, Spurrier went on to serve as the head coach at his alma mater (1990-01). His career included seven conference championships, 21 bowl game berths and the 1996 national crown. Spurrier is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame as a player.

“Steve Spurrier truly left his mark as one of the most storied coaches in college football history,” said NFF President and CEO Steve Hatchell. “His legacy began at Duke, where he led the Blue Devils to success it hadn’t seen in a quarter-century. We are thrilled to honor him at Wallace Wade Stadium.”