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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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Ranking ACC football coaches for 2019: Mack Brown joins field chasing Dabo Swinney
Mack Brown is back in the ACC with North Carolina. Brown is ranked No. 2 among ACC coaches behind Clemson coach Dabo Swinney, who has...

Looking Back At Mack Brown's Previous Head Coaching Debuts
Mack Brown will lead North Carolina onto the football field Aug. 31 for a game against South Carolina, just like he did 31 years earlier...

Beau Corrales Excited To Play For Mack Brown
When Beau Corrales learned Mack Brown would be his coach, he was elated, perhaps more than most of his teammates because he knew a thing...

UNC’s Bubba Cunningham eager to see impact of 5 new coaches
North Carolina’s numerous coaching changes last season were a surprise to athletic director Bubba Cunningham. The Tar Heels enter next season with five new head...

"Meet The Heels" Scheduled for August 3rd
The annual "Meet the Heels" event with the North Carolina football program is scheduled for Saturday, August 3 from 3-6 p.m. at the new Football...

QB Jacolby Criswell happy with North Carolina pledge
Jacolby Criswell is high on North Carolina football coach Mack Brown and Tar Heels quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator Phil Longo, who was previously at...

Finebaum: UNC football will be in ACC title game in 3 years
Paul Finebaum isn't backing down from his belief that North Carolina will be a force in the ACC Coastal in short order thanks to Mack...

Defensive Tackle Clyde Pinder Commits to UNC
Clyde Pinder, a 4-star defensive tackle from Armwood High School in Tampa, FL, has committed to play football at North Carolina, he announced Friday. Pinder...

Synthetic Turf Down Inside UNC's Kenan Stadium
The Kenan Stadium synthetic turf project is almost finished. As of June 27, all the synthetic playing surface has been laid down and all that...

Mack Brown has started his latest UNC tenure on the right foot on 2 fronts
While Mack Brown spent five years out of coaching, the sport changed a lot. He made sure to hire people versed in the new way. Brown...


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