Browsing Mack Brown

Oregon Beats Texas – Mack Brown Doesn’t Get His Happy Ending

Posted on 31 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

The Alamo Bowl did see a rare blowout as Oregon had no problem asserting their dominance and superiority with a 30-7 win against Texas, but the attention was mostly turned towards someone who might have coached his last College Football game, Mack Brown, instead of the real star, Marcus Mariota. More

College Football Rumors – Mack Brown Leaves Texas

Posted on 15 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

The only reason, as it turns out, that Mack Brown didn’t announce him leaving the Texas football program was because the rumors of him stepping down leaked, so he decided to change the date by a day, and get to do it on his own terms. He’ll remain with the team until after the Alamo Bowl, but then step off his perch, and leave the head coaching job of the Longhorns to someone else. More

College Football Rumors – Nick Saban Staying With Alabama, Mack Brown Trying to Stay in Texas

Posted on 14 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

A potentially massive change in the head coaching scenery of College Football isn’t going to happen at the moment. Nick Saban is staying with Alabama, probably signing another massive extension to remain as the head coach of the Crimson Tide until the end of his career, while Mack Brown isn’t planning on stepping down or leaving Texas, instead announcing he’ll be fighting to keep his job. More

College Football Rumors – Mack Brown Quitting Texas, Nick Saban Leaving Alabama

Posted on 11 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

With no bowl games for the next couple of weeks, the most interesting thing happening right now in College Football is the head coach carousel. You won’t find bigger schools than Texas and Alabama to get involved in such a thing, as it seems that Mack Brown is closer to announcing he’s stepping down as Longhorns coach, while the Tide are getting worried that Nick Saban is going to be the man that fills his shoes. More

College Football Rumors – Nick Saban Leaving Alabama for Texas

Posted on 5 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

Ever since Alabama lost the final regular season game the rumors have been circulating regarding Nick Saban bolting to another job. Where to? Texas of course,who still don’t have a vacancy for the most successful head coach in College Football, but if there’s actually a deal in place, they’ll make one for him. More

Texas Longhorns – Red River Rivalry Losers No More

Posted on 13 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

All the pressure on Mack Brown combined with the criticism of Case McCoy not living up to his brother’s success and performances while he was playing for Texas didn’t matter, as the Longhorns ended a three game losing streak in the Red River Rivalry, re-opening their chances of actually ending up in a BCS Bowl game. More

Texas Longhorns – Johnathan Gray Buys Mack Brown Some Time

Posted on 22 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Thanks to Johnathan Gray having a strong day on the ground and David Ash not making any foolish mistakes, the pressure is slightly off of Mack Brown to turn in the keys to the Texas Football program, although it wasn’t convincing enough to make anyone think that this season is going to end with optimism and plenty of smiles. More

Texas Longhorns – Mack Brown Refuses to Acknowledge the Truth

Posted on 21 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

It’s hard for elite programs to realize the moment when they become regular like everyone else, and it seems the same process is very difficult for Texas and especially it’s head coach, Mack Brown, who keeps insisting that things will be OK, and the fans pressure is nothing but a response to a trend, which can be fixed by simply winning games. More

College Football Coaches on the Hot Seat in 2013

Posted on 19 Feb, 2013, by in NFL

Expectations of each football program is different, but it’s safe to assume that Lane Kiffin, Mack Brown,Paul Johnson, Steve Sarkisian, Gary Pinkel and Paul Pasqualoni will be the first head coaches to get fired after the 2013 College Football seasons if they don’t meet the early season expectations. More

Texas Longhorns – David Ash Erases Past Mistakes

Posted on 30 Dec, 2012, by in NFL

A slow start and the memory of getting pulled out of a game in the regular season didn’t stop David Ash from following through on the claims that Texas have a quarterback again. Life was difficult in the first half, but Ash ended up with his hand on top, throwing two fourth quarter game winning touchdowns and end a weird season for the Longhorns on a very high note. More