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Savvy, dedication breed success for UNC's Browning


An assistant coach's job usually is only as safe as that of the head coach. But Carl Torbush and John Bunting both thought Ken Browning was worth keeping around in Chapel Hill after Mack Brown hired him in 1994. That makes Browning the longest-tenured coach on staff, something not many other defensive tackle coaches in the country can say. "He's a good coach who can coach any position," Bunting said. "He's proven that." (Durham Herald-Sun)


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