1. Texas Football: Recapping the Biggest 2014 Offseason News So Far

    Firing Mack Brown guaranteed an eventful offseason for the Texas Longhorns and his replacement, Charlie Strong. Losing his starting quarterback to a broken foot should have been the top storyline for Strong...

    Zach Shelton Written by Zach Shelton about 8 months ago 7,148 reads 19 comments

  2. ESPN Putting Mack Brown Right Where He Belongs: On Center Stage

    This was bound to happen sooner or later. Maybe it's only surprising that it took as long as it did. On Sunday, Chip Brown of HornsDigest...

    Ben Kercheval Written by Ben Kercheval about 8 months ago 31,756 reads 65 comments

  3. Mack Brown Agrees to College Football Analyst Role with ESPN

    Updates from Thursday, July 24 Michael Humes of ESPNMediaZone.com confirmed the company's hiring of former college football coaches Mack Brown and Butch Davis: ...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 8 months ago 19,682 reads 64 comments

  4. Will Charlie Strong Have More Success in Run Game Than Mack Brown Did?

    With Charlie Strong at the helm, folks should expect Texas to be a more disciplined, tougher and focused football team, but no one should be looking to the offensive stat sheet to measure the Longhorns' improvement...

    Michael Felder Written by Michael Felder about 10 months ago 5,974 reads 18 comments

  5. Why Frank Beamer Is the Next Mack Brown

    Mack Brown 's departure from Texas was far from the glorious exit to the sunset that, just a few years ago, everyone in Austin thought he deserved. The Longhorns competed for a national title in 2010...

    Sean Frye Written by Sean Frye about 10 months ago 10,296 reads 27 comments

  6. Texas Settles with Mack Brown, and Now Both Parties Can Finally Move Forward

    Mack Brown hasn't been Texas' coach since losing 30-7 to Oregon in the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30, but now Brown and Texas can officially begin the process of moving on...

    Ben Kercheval Written by Ben Kercheval about 12 months ago 8,958 reads 29 comments

  7. Texas Football: Best and Worst of National Signing Day

    National Signing Day has come and gone, leaving the Texas Longhorns with 23 total commits for its 17th-ranked 2014 class. The final day of the recruiting cycle treated Texas much better than the rest of the process...

    Zach Shelton Written by Zach Shelton about 12 months ago 9,934 reads 49 comments

  8. Mack Brown Did the Right Thing If He Truly Told Texas Commits to 'Look Around'

    As a special advisor to president Bill Powers, f ormer Texas coach Mack Brown is still heavily involved in the Longhorns program...

    Ben Kercheval Written by Ben Kercheval about 12 months ago 7,922 reads 35 comments

  9. Mack Brown Reportedly Told Texas Commits to 'Look Around'

    The split between Mack Brown and Texas has been praised for its amicability, with Jan. 30 even being celebrated as "Mack and Sally Brown Day" in the city of Austin, less than two months after he resigned from the Longhorns head coaching position...

    Brian Leigh Written by Brian Leigh about 12 months ago 48,091 reads 155 comments