BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Alabama coach Nick Saban will be inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame as part of the eight-person Class of 2013.

Saban and the Crimson Tide are facing Notre Dame Jan. 7 in Miami with a shot at a third national title in four seasons.

He is the first coach to win a national title at two different FBS schools. Saban and Bear Bryant are the only coaches to win an SEC championship at two different schools.

He'll be joined in the May 18 induction by football official Ronnie Baynes, Jacksonville State and NFL player Eric Davis, Alabama and Auburn defensive coordinator Bill Oliver, Auburn basketball star and 1992 Olympian Vickie Orr and Alabama A&M track star and Olympic gold medalist Dannette Young Stone.

Auburn football player Forrest Blue Jr. and North Alabama basketball player, coach and athletic director Bill Jones will be inducted posthumously.

Jones is the grandfather of Alabama football players Barrett Jones and Harrison Jones.

Baynes coached baseball at a number of high schools and won five state championships. The former Auburn football, baseball and basketball player is director of scouting for the NFL's officiating department. He spent 14 seasons as an NFL official and worked two Super Bowls before being named supervisor of officials.

Blue, who passed away in July 2011, was an All-American center at Auburn who spent 11 seasons in pro football with the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Colts. He was a first-team All-Pro in 1971 and 1972..

Davis spent 13 seasons in the NFL and was a Pro Bowler in 1995 and 1996. He is one of just two players in NFL history to have five or more interceptions in five consecutive seasons and set a record with interceptions in five consecutive playoff games.

Jones posted a 259-141 record as North Alabama's coach, including the 1979 national title and three straight Gulf South Conference Championships. He stepped down as coach in 1988 to become the school's first full-time athletic director. He died in 2008..

Oliver played on Bryant's first national championship team in 1961. He was part of four national title teams as a coach, including three with Bryant and one on Gene Stallings' staff in 1992.

Orr was a three-time All-American and the 1988 SEC player of the year. She was a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team that won a bronze medal.

Young won the gold medal as a member of the United States' 4 x 100 relay team in the 1988 Olympics. She ran the fastest 200 in the world in 1988 at 22.34 seconds. Four years later, she won a silver medal with the 4 x 400 relay team.