A fan-favorite gameday show is adding an integral member that fans are sure to be excited about.

Mark Ingram is officially joining Big Noon Kickoff as an analyst this season, replacing Reggie Bush, who couldn’t agree with FOX on a contract.

Ingram was a dominant college running back, spending 3 seasons at Alabama where he amassed more than 3,000 yards and picked up 48 touchdowns, winning a coveted Heisman Trophy. Ingram went on to have a prolific NFL career, spending 12 season with several different teams. He recorded 8,111 yards and 65 touchdowns across his career and is a 3-time Pro Bowler.

While Ingram will be joining the show, he has not officially retired from the NFL.

“Big Truss x Big Noon, big vibes, let’s go baby,” Ingram said after it was announced he’d be a part of the show. “I’m excited to be part of the family, let’s do it.”

Ingram made his first appearance as an official member of the show ahead of Thursday night’s matchup between Minnesota and Nebraska, which kicks off at 8 p.m. ET.