Mack Brown News & Bio


Name:Mack Brown
Hometown:Cookeville, TN
High School:Putnam County
Born:August 27, 1951 (69)
Notes:Head Football Coach; College Football Hall of Fame
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2021 college football rankings: UNC ranked 9th by CBS Sports, 11th by USA Today
CBS Sports (ranked 9th): The Tar Heels were one of the most entertaining teams in 2020. It's about to get better in 2021. Quarterback Sam...

Video: THI Podcast - UNC Football State Of The Program
Jacob Turner and Andrew Jones of Tar Heel Illustrated discuss how far the North Carolina football program has come in the second Mack Brown era...

Hometown Heroes: Mack and Sally Brown
Mack Brown and Sally Brown returned to Chapel Hill two years ago when Mack was hired for a second stint as North Carolina's head football...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Syracuse Preview, Kevin Donnalley
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas preview UNC's matchup tonight with Syracuse. Former UNC football player, 13-year NFL vet, and Carolina football's Director of High School...

College football teams on the rise in 2021
Rapid ascension. North Carolina nearly closed out its second season under Mack Brown inside the Top 10 with a win over fifth-ranked Texas A&M in...

2021 college football rankings: UNC ranked 14th by Sporting News, 9th by Stadium, 6th by 247 Sports
Sporting News (ranked 14th): Mack Brown led the Tar Heels to a New Year's Day 6 Bowl in his second season — a testament to...

UNC football sets tentative date for annual Spring Game
North Carolina head football coach Mack Brown revealed last week at his end-of-season press conference (Video) the Tar Heels' plans for the offseason and when...

The Old Mack’s Still Got It
Stories like that come up again and again from the some of the people who know Mack Brown the best. They say his human touch...

Video: Football Roundtable Podcast - Looking Back While Looking Ahead
After a tough Orange Bowl loss to a top five team, the North Carolina Tar Heels took a step forward on the path that Hall...

Mack Brown Ratcheting Up Expectations in 2021
North Carolina's 2020 football season just concluded and already hype has begun for 2021. That's to be expected for a Tar Heel team that reached...

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