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College football's Most Intriguing coaches

Monday, July 29, 2013

With a month to go until the games begin, we're kicking off the Most Intriguing Series with my list of the 25 most intriguing coaches: 4. Mack Brown, Texas: One of the giant figures in the game has been cut down to ordinary size the past three seasons, going 22-16 in that time after a nine-year run of double-digit victories. Brown believes his program is back as a national contender this year. It needs to be, or the end of his Texas tenure might not come on his terms. (Yahoo! Sports)

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