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Texas’ Mack Brown officially resigns after 16 seasons as Longhorns head coach

Saturday, December 14, 2013

After a wild week of massive speculation about his job status, Mack Brown announced today he will step down as head football coach at the University of Texas, ending a 16-year run that included a national championship and two Big 12 titles but recently began slipping into mediocrity. (Austin American-Statesman)

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