Mac Brown

Mack Brown, whose charismatic style and disciplined approach propelled the University of North Carolina's football program to the top 10 and the University of Texas to a national championship, is returning to Chapel Hill with the goal of leading another Tar Heel resurgence.
 
Brown, who will be inducted into the National Football Foundation's College Hall of Fame in December, won more college football games than any coach in the country over a 24-year period from 1990-2013.
 
He was previously the head coach of the Tar Heels from 1988 to 1997. He led Carolina to three 10-win seasons, six consecutive bowl games and two top-10 AP finishes. At Texas, the Longhorns won the 2005 BCS national title, two conference titles and four Big 12 South Division titles.
 
"Mack Brown has a proven record of building great teams, and he doesn't just develop football players – he also develops people of strong character," says Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham. "He knows how to win championships, and he expects his student-athletes to win in the classroom and community, as well. 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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