Brown's tenure in Austin is over.
According to the Longhorn Network, Mack Brown’s tenure at Texas is over. Brown will step down as the Longhorns’ head coach, which opens arguably the No. 1 job in college football.
Brown went 158-47 in 16 years as Texas’ head coach, including a national championship over USC in 2005.
While the Longhorns won 158 games under Brown’s direction, the program slipped in recent years. Texas went 5-7 in 2010 and recorded a 25-13 mark over the next three years.
Texas is a high-profile job with a lot of booster responsibilities. Needless to say, the search to replace Brown will intriguing, especially since there is no easy replacement candidate.
Mack Brown has informed the team and recruits of his resignation He will coach the bowl game.— Longhorn Network (@LonghornNetwork) December 15, 2013