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Report: Mack Brown to step down as Texas Longhorns head coach

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Cred: Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

On Tuesday, Chip Brown of reported that Mack Brown will step down as head coach of the Texas Longhorns.

Brown spent 16 years at the helm of Texas, coaching the Longhorns to a 158-47 overall record. He won one national championship (2005) while at Texas. He also appeared in the 2009 title game, losing to Nick Saban and Alabama.

Despite Brown’s overwhelming success as a head coach, he failed to coach the team to double-digit win seasons in the past four years.

*UPDATE* Mack Brown and Texas have denied the initial report that he has stepped down.

*UPDATE* Bruce Feldman reports that two sources have confirmed Chip Brown’s report.

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  • tomsmithdeal

    Mack was and is a class act. He has always carried himself with dignity and run a clean program as far as I know. He is one of a vanishing breed. However, the past four years have been baffling with the Longhorns losing game after game to lesser teams and coaches who don’t get paid half of what Mack gets. I don’t pretend to know the reason why but after losing so many games to inferior talent there are going to be fingers pointed at the guy at the top. Mack is set for life financially and maybe it is time for him to turn the program over to someone else. Best of luck to him in the future.

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