For the second time in three months, ESPN personality Dick Vitale has been diagnosed with cancer.

Vitale announced Monday he’s battling a form of lymphoma, just a couple of months after he beat melanoma. In his announcement, Vitale said his treatment has a 90% cure rate, which is great news.

Vitale is one of the most well-known personalities in college basketball, joining ESPN in 1980. After coaching high school basketball in New Jersey from 1963-71, he was brought onto Dick Lloyd’s staff at Rutgers from 1971-73. From there, he took the head coaching job at Detroit Mercy from 1973-77 and coached the Detroit Pistons from 1978-79.

From there, he joined ESPN, where he’s been ever since. Vitale has worked as a college commentator and analyst, and has also been very involved with the V Foundation for cancer research.