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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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Sweeping Changes Are Nothing New To Antonio Williams
North Carolina running back Antonio Williams has embraced his unique journey as a student-athlete and enjoyed learning from some of college football’s best minds. “I’ve...

Top 10 football-basketball coach duos in college: 1. Mack Brown & Roy Williams
Mack Brown and Roy Williams are the third pair on this list that can claim a national championship. Brown came out of retirement to return...

North Carolina Football: Tar Heels' 2019 Spring Preview
As the Tar Heels begin their spring football preparation for 2019, there are lingering question marks on the team, including one at a position group...

Mack Brown happy to be called 'coach' again; just leave the 'CEO' part in Texas
UNC football coach Mack Brown has heard the title the college football underground has assigned to him. It has followed him like a shutdown corner...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Clemson Recap, Spring Football, Pearce Landry
Recap UNC's road basketball win at Clemson and take a look at the opening of spring football practice under coach Mack Brown in Tuesday's Carolina...

Chansky’s Notebook: Rebuilding Yesteryear
Mack Brown must love the song lyrics, “Yesterday’s gone.” For those who wonder what has changed between Mack I and Mack II as the Tar...

Extra Points: Daybreak
Those 99 days since the Tar Heels last played football might as well have been in another century for all their relevance to Sunday's dawning...

Podcast: Discussing Day One of UNC Football Spring Practice
Host Tommy Ashley is joined by Buck Sanders, Ross Martin, and Greg Barnes to break down North Carolina's first spring football practice of 2019, which...

UNC's New Strength & Conditioning Program Focused on Detail, Competition
The football-related conditioning echos what Mack Brown said on Friday about what he wanted in a strength and conditioning coach and the type of program...

Sights & Sounds As Spring Practice Opens
North Carolina opened spring football practice on Sunday at UNC's new indoor practice facility, kicking off the Mack Brown era. Tar Heel Illustrated was on...


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