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Marquise Williams enjoys meeting Mack Brown
Former North Carolina and Texas head football coach Mack Brown, who guided the Tar Heels to six straight bowls from 1992-97 and back-to-back top 10...

Extra Points: Back on the Hill
Mack Brown has returned to Chapel Hill three times in 2015, first for a wedding, then for a memorial service for Dean Smith and just...

Extra Points: Next Man Up
One of Gene Chizik’s former bosses, Texas head coach Mack Brown, said a month ago that one element of the Chizik dossier he liked was...

Remembering Mack Brown ahead of National Signing Day
Early in the first half at the Dean Smith Center, the University of North Carolina welcomed Mack Brown back to Chapel Hill, showing him in...

Art’s Angle: BOO-YA!!!
Former UNC football coach Mack Brown and Tar Heel player Reyshawn Terry, who visited after not being back for years, may have noticed all the...

Video: Mack Brown Visits Chapel Hill
Former Tar Heel football coach Mack Brown visited Chapel Hill and spoke with Jones Angell about the recent hire of defensive coordinator Gene Chizik, the...

Gene Chizik's Impact
How much and how soon can Gene Chizik improve the UNC defense? That’s the question for the offseason, and the question on which the 2015...

Former UNC football player Pat Crowley named head coach at Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem
Pat Crowley — who said he has a certain amount of flexibility in his work schedule — said his main drive was to be the...

Quick Lane Bowl Preview: UNC vs Rutgers
The Tar Heels will attempt to end a roller coaster season on a high note in the Quick Lane Bowl against B1G foe Rutgers. UNC...

Carolina Rundown: December 10
UNC used three point guards for the first time against Iowa, and the coaches liked the results. Women's basketball remains sixth in the new polls...

Mack Brown, on coaching future: ‘If somebody calls, I’ll talk’
It remains to be seen whether Mack Brown will return to the sidelines as a head coach next season… or any season for that matter...

Butch Davis, Mack Brown address UNC scandal
Former North Carolina football coaches Butch Davis and Mack Brown both vehemently denied any knowledge or involvement in the academic fraud scandal at UNC. Davis...

Sources: SMU floats lengthy $4M/year offer to former Texas coach Mack Brown
SMU officials have had preliminary discussions with former Texas coach Mack Brown, floating $4 million annually over eight years, sources say. Brown, 63, fits the...

The Good, Bad, & Ugly Report: Georgia Tech
Despite defensive struggles, Carolina won the game. In some ways I am willing to give the Tar Heels a pass given how enigmatic Georgia Tech...

Mack Brown to enter Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame
Former Texas football coach Mack Brown headlines the newest list of Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame selections. Brown, who is from Cookeville, led Texas to...

Report: SMU 'intrigued' by Mack Brown
SMU is currently in the market for a head coach after June Jones stepped down from the position earlier this month, and according to one...

Watson Brown loses record 200th game
Tennessee Tech's Watson Brown has become the first coach in NCAA football history to lose 200 games. Northern Iowa defeated Tennessee Tech 50-7 on Saturday,...

Fire burns down Mack Brown's home in North Carolina
A fire in North Carolina last week destroyed a home belonging to former University of Texas and University of North Carolina head football coach Mack...

Mack Brown, Butch Davis Join ESPN College Football Coverage
Former college football coaches Mack Brown and Butch Davis have joined ESPN as college football analysts, primarily working on the network’s Saturday studio programming, it...

UNC Football Striving for 9 (or More) Wins
It’s been 17 years since North Carolina won nine or more games and finished the season ranked in a Top-25 poll. Marquise Williams had just...

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