Coaching Legend Mack Brown Returning to Sidelines at North Carolina

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Texas went 8-4 this year and Brown's final game will be the December 30 Alamo Bowl against Oregon. Brown, 67, is two years older than new Kansas coach Les Miles but nonetheless going to be tasked with the same kind of challenge.

Legendary coach Mack Brown is returning to lead the Tar Heels to victory, just as he did in the 80s and 90s.

It just seems so weird that one of the legendary head coaches of late for the Texas football program will join another former team of his in the UNC Tar Heels. "We are excited about his plans for our football program, and I am thrilled to welcome Coach Brown and wife Sally back to Chapel Hill".

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Brown left UNC to accept the head coaching position at Texas.

He had his biggest success with the Longhorns, winning the national championship in 2005 with Vince Young as his quarterback. 247Sports affiliate Inside Carolina is reporting that an announcement is expected Tuesday with Brown already beginning to assemble his coaching staff. The News & Observer has confirmed this report. Led UNC to two top-10 final rankings and Texas to seven top-10 final rankings.

Brown won 69 games during his run as North Carolina coach from 1988-97, good for second in program history.

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Brown coached 1998 Heisman Trophy victor Ricky Williams as well as three Maxwell Award victor (Williams, Vince Young, Colt McCoy), a Butkus Award and Thorpe Award winners. Those Longhorns teams went 158-48 in Brown's tenure; on two occasions Texas played in the national title game.

Brown returns to the college football coaching ranks after five seasons as a broadcaster with ABC/ESPN. According to IC, he's now in the process of assembling a staff.

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