Brown, 67, will be introduced as early as Tuesday as the replacement for Larry Fedora, who was sacked shortly after the Tar Heels finished the 2018 season at 2-9 (1-7 in the ACC). According to Inside Carolina, North Carolina plans to hire Mack Brown as its next football coach.
The 67-year-old Brown has not coached since he and Texas parted ways after the 2013 season, but will apparently be returning to Chapel Hill, where he served as head coach from 1988 to 1997.
On Monday morning, Inside Carolina reported that multiple sources have confirmed Brown will be the next head coach of the North Carolina football team.
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Brown is a big name, obviously, and he's won a national championship, but not everyone is thrilled with North Carolina's decision.
UNC recently let head coach Larry Fedora go after the loss to the in-state rival NC State Woflpack in disappointing fashion in overtime in Week 13. His last two teams at North Carolina finished ranked in the top 10 nationally. Brown is now tied with Bill Dooley for the second-most wins in program history with 69.
The 67-year-old, who won the national championship in 2005 with Vince Young as his quarterback, is now working as an analyst at ESPN. I would be surprised to see him make the leap back to the Tar Heels. Brown has spent the last several years as an analyst and color commentator for ESPN, and at no point during his incoherent ramblings on ESPN did Brown ever sound like someone who should be a coach at a major college football program again. He left the program as the second-winningest coach in team history. At the end of the 2013 season, he announced his (forced) resignation from Texas and has not coached since.