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Name:Mack Brown
Hometown:Cookeville, TN
High School:Putnam County
Born:August 27, 1951 (67)
Notes:Head Football Coach; College Football Hall of Fame
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After big football recruiting weekend, UNC class of 2020 jumps to No. 8 in nation
Mack Brown and the UNC Tar Heels had a good weekend, securing two in-state 2020 football commitments after the Showtime Camp on Saturday. East Surry...

Which First-Year College Football Coach Is in the Best Position to Make an Impact in 2019?
If there is one thing going for Mack Brown after a few years away from the sidelines, it's that he knows exactly who he wants...

Video: Showtime at UNC Part II, Quarterbacks
Four quarterbacks attended the Mack Brown Showtime Camp on Saturday. They included 2020 UNC commit Jacolby Criswell, highly touted 2021 Charlotte native Drake Maye, 2022...

Chansky’s Notebook: Mack Will Be Back
Don’t worry, Mack Brown will be ready for kickoff. I know. When the release came out that Mack Brown had his right knee replaced Monday...

Malik Hornsby Wants to be Mack Brown's Next Title-Winning QB
A few days after Malik Hornsby’s official visit, the Houston-area quarterback committed to the Tar Heels. He instantly became the crown jewel of what is...

UNC Football Coach Mack Brown Undergoes Successful Knee Replacement Surgery
North Carolina football coach Mack Brown underwent successful knee replacement surgery on Monday. The procedure on his right knee was performed by Dr. Michael Bolognesi...

Julius Peppers on Ballot for NFF College Football Hall of Fame
North Carolina football legend Julius Peppers will be on the 2020 ballot for induction into the National Football Foundation (NFF) College Football Hall of Fame,...

Mack Brown on the 247Sports Coaches Show
North Carolina football coach Mack Brown discusses his return to UNC, his expectations for the team this fall, high expectations for a slew of returning...

Mack Brown, UNC Quarterbacks, and the Transfer Portal
The fact that Mack Brown has three quarterbacks competing for a starting job in the era of the transfer portal is a modern miracle. Brown...

UNC DB D.J. Ford Using Fresh Start To Make Positive Impression
A coaching change atop North Carolina’s football program meant a new opportunity for D.J. Ford. That happened late last November, as Mack Brown replaced Larry...


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