REPORT: Mack Brown to sign on as ESPN college football analyst
POSTED: Monday, June 2, 2014 - 12:21pm
UPDATED: Monday, June 2, 2014 - 12:32pm
Tyler, Texas (KETK) —
According to Chip Brown of HornsDigest.com, former University of Texas football coach Mack Brown reached an agreement with ESPN to be an in-studio analyst for the 2014-2015 college football season.
Austin American-Statesman sports columnist Kirk Bohls says he has also confirmed the news via new Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson and the formal announcement could come as soon as this week.
The 62-year-old football legend announced he was stepping down in December 2013 prior to coaching his final game in burnt orange against the Oregon Ducks in which the Horns fell to the Pac 12 powerhouse in the Alamo Bowl, 30-7.
Mack Brown ended his stellar coaching tenure with a 244-122-1 career record and went 158-48 while at Texas. Former Louisville head coach Charlie Strong took over after his decision to resign.