DeVonte Holloman’s legacy at South Carolina is defined by three memorable interceptions during four career wins over Clemson.

Perhaps he’ll share some of that defensive expertise against the Tigers again in November when the Gamecocks go for their sixth straight victory over their in-state rivals.

Days after announcing his retirement from the Dallas Cowboys following a neck injury, Holloman revealed Tuesday he was joining South Carolina’s coaching staff this season, doing so in a likely grad assistant role.

According to The State, Holloman’s expected to be at practice this week and will begin working with the team after the Gamecocks’ opener Thursday against Texas A&M.

Holloman was a sixth-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and played in nine games last season.