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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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Ranking the ACC's College Football Coaches for 2020
2. Mack Brown, UNC - Brown’s return to Chapel Hill resulted in a successful debut last year, but the Tar Heels have their sights set...

Chansky’s Notebook: Looking Worse?
With Clemson reporting over 30 positive tests and other schools on the same trajectory, what will college football do if players’ and coaches’ health remains...

Class Of 2020 Final Book: Jefferson Boaz
UNC football signee Jefferson Boaz passed for 4,615 yards with 65 touchdowns and ran for 466 yards with 17 touchdowns in his senior season, leading...

UNC Football is Recruiting, Building to Compete at an Elite Level
Mack Brown has UNC rolling on the recruiting trail. After turning heads with 247Sport’s No. 19 ranked class in 2020 — UNC is poised to...

Chazz Surratt: DC Jay Bateman 'Is a Mastermind on Defense'
North Carolina head football coach Mack Brown set his program up for immediate and long term success when he hired Jay Bateman to be his...

UNC Coaches, AD Reflect on ACC Commissioner John Swofford
The ACC announced on Thursday that longtime Commissioner John Swofford will retire from his post with the conference in June of 2021. Following the announcement...

Chansky’s Notebook: How Sweet It Is For UNC Football
Athlon Sports has North Carolina winning the ACC Coastal Division over Virginia Tech (that game is scheduled for Chapel Hill this season) with Miami, Pitt,...

UNC Football Recruiting Class Of 2020 Final Book: Cayden Baker
Cayden Baker's Honors: 6A All-State 2nd Team – FloridaHSFootball.com, All-District First Team, All-Southwest Florida, Southwest Florida Player of the Year nominee. Baker says, "I chose...

UNC's Mack Brown Describes His COVID-19 Test
UNC's essential staff, assistant coaches, head coach Mack Brown, and the first group of players returned to campus on June 12. They were tested that...

'You have some type of power': UNC football responds to racial injustice movement
"I'm disappointed that we’re in 2020 and still have all this racial injustice going on." During the North Carolina football team's Zoom press conference on...


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