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Mack Brown returning to UNC?

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

According to ESPN’s Tom Luginbill, former college football head coach Mack Brown will return to the North Carolina Tar Heels. The school fired head coach Larry Fedora on Sunday after a 2-9 season.

Fedora went a combined 5-18 in the past two seasons at the school.

Brown has been out of the game since the 2014 season. He has been serving as an ESPN Studio Analyst following his resignation as the Texas Longhorns head coach.

Former Texas Longhorns head coach Mack Brown meets with former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich after the Valero Alamo Bowl
Mack Brown meets with former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich after the Valero Alamo Bowl (Getty Images)

As a college football head coach, he is 244-122. He is also 13-8 in Bowl games.

He went 158-48 in 16 seasons at Texas. He also went 98-33 within the Big 12 Conference.

Prior to accepting the Texas job in 1998, he spent a decade as the Tar Heels head coach. He went 69-46-1. He also went 40-35-1 within the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Brown also coached the Appalachian State Mountaineers for one season in 1983. He also coached the Tulane Green Wave for three seasons from 1985 through 1987.

As a head coach, he coached 22 Consensus All-Americans. He also received four Coach of the Year Award — 1996 ACC Coach of the Year, 2005 Big 12 Coach of the Year, 2005 Paul “Bear” Bryant Coach of the Year, and the 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year.

His went a combined 30-21 in his last four seasons as a college football coach with the Longhorns. The worst season was a 5-7 mark in 2010 during these four seasons.

Brown went 2-1 in Bowl games, winning in the Holiday Bowl and the Alamo Bowl in 2011 and 2012. He also lost the Alamo Bowl in 2013 against the Oregon Ducks.

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