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Name:Mack Brown
Hometown:Cookeville, TN
High School:Putnam County
Born:August 27, 1951 (68)
Notes:Head Football Coach; College Football Hall of Fame
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UNC Football Recruiting Class Of 2020 Final Book: Jonathan Adorno
Jonathan Adorno's Honors: 2019 Shrine Bowl Selection, NCPreps.com All-State, All-Conference. Stats: Lead blocker for a 10-3 team that averaged 231.6 yards rushing per game. Mack...

Improving Red Zone Efficiency A Priority For UNC Football
"We’ve talked a lot about improving our red zone offense and defense," Mack Brown said. Last season, UNC was No. 31 in offensive red zone...

Video: Mack Brown Friday Press Conference
North Carolina football coach Mack Brown spoke with the media on Friday and commented on a number of topics, including how players and will safely...

Video: Carolina Insider Live! May 28, 2020
Dre' Bly and Sean May tell Adam Lucas and Jones Angell how playing for Mack Brown and Roy Williams got them interested in coaching and...

UNC Coaches Reflect on How Coronavirus Has Changed College Athletics
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to alter the landscape of college athletics, North Carolina's coaches are finding ways to adapt as athletes and staff remain...

Dre Bly leading 5-star CB Tony Grimes recruitment
The Tar Heels have become one of the more intriguing stories of the 2021 football recruiting cycle, dominating in their home state under coach Mack...

Ranking the ACC's coaches for the 2020 college football season
2. Mack Brown - North Carolina: Brown debuted at 7-6 overall (4-4 ACC), coming a two-point conversion away from knocking off Clemson (21-20 loss, Sept...

Mack Brown and Bubba Cunningham on Tackling Mental Health in Football
UNC football coach Mack Brown and Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham are helping combat mental illness among student-athletes and their families. In September 2018, Cunningham hired...

UNC Football Recruiting Class Of 2020 Final Book: Kendall Karr
Kendall Karr's Honors: All-State – Jr., All-Gaston Gazette – Jr., All-Conference – Jr. & Soph. (Injured his senior season). Karr says, "The staff was all...

Another Priority For UNC Football: Improving Special Teams
Special teams would have been an important point of emphasis for North Carolina had they been able to practice this spring. It will now be...


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