After 16 years as head football coach at Texas, Mack Brown said on Sunday, “It’s time for me to move on and for someone else to come in and restart the program.”
Texas says coach Mack Brown has stepped down Saturday and that the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on Dec. 30 will be his last game with the Longhorns.
The Mack Brown saga at Texas continues — even without Nick Saban in the picture any more.
From Texas to Tuscaloosa, the pressure is mounting on Mack Brown to say something — anything — about his future with the Longhorns.
Texas coach Mack Brown is not saying whether the Alamo Bowl will be his final game with the Longhorns amid intense speculation about his future with the university.
When the story of Mack Brown’s forthcoming departure broke on Tuesday, the denials came quickly. But the man behind the story is not backing down from his initial report.
Longhorns sources are saying that University of Texas football coach Mack Brown is stepping down after the Alamo Bowl.
Mack Brown’s attorney says the Texas coach has not resigned, denying a report that his client was ready to step down after 16 seasons with the Longhorns.
Texas coach Mack Brown has had a running joke all week. He is the only coach playing for a conference championship while also shrugging off speculation that he could be replaced.
Case McCoy passed for two touchdowns and ran for another and Texas kept its Big 12 title hopes alive Thursday night with a 41-16 win over Texas Tech.
In February 2010, the Texas Longhorns signed a group of recruits ranked among the best classes in the nation. They were supposed to be the next group chasing Big 12 and national championships at a powerhouse program.