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    49

    AT
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    AT
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    AT
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    AT
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    28

    AT
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Brown to step down at Texas

Brown to step down at Texas
KTSM
Sports
Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 10:56pm

Mack Brown has decided that his tenure as head coach for Texas football will end after sixteen season. Brown informed his team Saturday night that he will resign following their game with Oregon in the Alamo Bowl.

In a statement released by the school Saturday night, Brown acknowledged it was time for a change after a 30-20 record and 18-17 mark in the Big 12 over the last four seasons. Texas is 8-4 this season and lost the Big 12 title to Baylor in the final game of the regular season.

"It's been a wonderful ride. Now, the program is again being pulled in different directions, and I think the time is right for a change," Brown said. "I love the University of Texas, all of its supporters, the great fans and everyone that played and coached here ... It is the best coaching job and the premier football program in America.

"I sincerely want to get back to the top and that's why I'm stepping down after the bowl game. I hope with some new energy, we can get this thing rolling again."

He has 158 victories at Texas, No. 2 behind the late Darrell Royal, who won 167 in 20 seasons with the Longhorns. Brown is 244-121-1 overall in 29 years as a head coach.

"This is a very difficult day for everyone in the University of Texas family," Texas president Bill Powers said. "Mack Brown is one of the best football coaches in the country."

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