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Mack Brown Was Fabulous Recruiter But That Wasn't His Greatest Skill


Mack Brown arrived on the Chapel Hill campus in the spring of 1988, and after evaluating his personnel, he saw exactly what his team was. In a word, slow. He knew that it was easier to put weight on a kid than make him faster. But rather than haphazardly change players' positions, he buried himself in the film room to study each of their strengths and weaknesses. (The Post Game)


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