Mack Brown’s career with the Texas Longhorns has come to and end.
The 62 year-old coach walked off the Alamodome field surrounded by noise, however he did not say a word. Brown gathered his team for his final locker room speech and an hour later he left the building as the Longhorns’ former head coach.
Brown’s nightmare 16th season finally complete with a 30-7 defeat versus the No. 10 Oregon Ducks in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
A once-great college football program that now has no on-field identity and few discernible advantages lost to a powerhouse. YouWager experts believe this is why Brown’s career with Texas came to an end.
A few players stayed behind to hug Brown and his wife Sally. They them left the building, throwing up the horns again to an admiring orange crowd above.
The couple drove off after the Longhorns’ loss in the Alamo Bowl and no one knows for sure what’s next for both Brown and the future of the program he guided for 16 seasons.