DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Jimmy Johnson — the man who coached the Dallas Cowboys to two Super Bowl championships in the 1990s — has been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The hall announced his selection as part of a centennial class that was chosen on Wednesday by a special committee.

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Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher was revealed Saturday night as the other coach being inducted.

Johnson was a successful college coach at Oklahoma State and Miami, where he won a national championship in 1987, before being hired in 1989 by new Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

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Jones has since announced how happy he is for the Hall of Fame to recognize Johnson what for he is — a great coach.

“To Jimmy I say, ‘The stars were aligned and our dreams came true when we joined the Dallas Cowboys,'” he said. “And on behalf of the Cowboys, and our fans all over the world, I say, ‘Congratulations Jimmy. We’re proud of you.’”

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