Former Alabama staffer Greg Brown is heading to USC to become an analyst for the Trojans, according to senior national college football reporter for On3Sports Matt Zenitz.

The UTEP alumnus spent one season at the Capstone as a defensive backs coach in 2013.

The 65-year-old has worked on the defensive side of the ball for the entirety of his career in both the NFL and NCAA, mostly coaching defensive backs.

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Stops he made in the NFL include Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1984-86), Atlanta Falcons (1994 and 2000-01), San Diego Chargers (1995-96), Tennessee Oilers (1997-98), San Francisco 49ers (1999), and the New Orleans Saints (2002-05).

His collegiate stops include UTEP (1981), Green Mountain High School (1982), Denver Gold (1983-84), Wyoming (1987-88), Purdue (1989-90 and 2019-20), Colorado (1991-93, 2005-10, and 2011-12), Arizona (2010), Louisville (2014-15), Missouri (2016), Auburn (2017-18), and Charlotte (2022).

Brown will join a Trojans program that went 11-3 last season.

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