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Per OrangeBloods.com...
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Mack Brown, who united the Texas football program upon his arrival in 1998 and led the Longhorns to their first national title in 35 years, will announce he is stepping down after 16 years as UT's football coach, two high-level sources told Orangebloods.com.

"Mack Brown loves Texas and wants what's in the best interest of Texas and what's in the best interest of Mack Brown," one high-level source said. "I don't think it's been an easy decision. But he doesn't want negativity around the program he helped unify."
Is this setting the stage for a Saban hire? Discuss it here.
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LSUKAT127 months
Of course no one knows for sure, but I have thought all along since rumors started that if SABAN left Alabama, Texas would be the place he could 1. Be Happy - Austin, TX. is a GREAT City 2. Change of pace from BAMA and the aggravation the fans give him 3. He can probably double his salary and work a few years less. (Not that money is the motive. 4.Build his LEGACY even bigger by winning a 5th National Championship at another school. Who would every top that? NO ONE!!! 6. Son is a Musician and Austin is the place to be to build a career in music. 7. Terry wants a change of scenery and to be able to be near the Big Time stores in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas & Houston.
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UncleBoo127 months
He gone
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Martini127 months
Oh Bama will offer as much and more. It won't be the money. It'll be Tuscaloosa versus Austin. If it's me I'm heading to the hill country.
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Spaulding Smails127 months
*RonPaulIt'sHappeningGIF*
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skinny domino127 months
Well, the Longhorns have the money and Austin Texas is a very nice place - I'm sure Bama could scrape up enough money to stay close to their offer (UT). I say he goes.
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