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Mack Brown discusses QB Drake Maye's competitive nature


If his mom and dad would let me, I'd adopt him," said of quarterback . "He is a great person. He's competitive. He's grown up in an athletic family. His mom was a college athlete. His dad was the leading passer in the ACC. He's got two brothers that won national championships -- one in baseball at Florida, one at basketball here." (NFL.com)

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Mack Brown discusses QB Drake Maye's competitive nature


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