Mack Brown gives Harbaugh an A+

Mack Brown gives Harbaugh an A+

Submitted by The Mad Hatter on August 27th, 2015 at 8:59 AM

Former Texas coach Mack Brown, now a college football analyst for ESPN, gives Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh high marks for all he's done since he was hired the end of last year, even without having coached a game.

"I follow him on Twitter, I watched everything he's done with satellite camps and his confidence, and I think you have to give him an A-plus from the time he's taken the job until now," Brown said. 

"The biggest question is to get that quarterback, the right guy, to play consistently well and get the ball to the right people. It'll be fun to watch Michigan especially in that opener."

http://www.detroitnews.com/story/sports/college/university-michigan/2015/08/26/espns-brown-gives-harbaugh-plus-first-game/32418713/

OT: Earl Campbell's no confidence vote on Mack Brown

OT: Earl Campbell's no confidence vote on Mack Brown

Submitted by Ben from SF on September 30th, 2013 at 6:11 PM

http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/9747473/earl-campbell-calls-texas-longhorns-fire-mack-brown

Earl needs to focus on his own recovery, unless some "money bags alum" is telling him to say this to the media.

Think someone may divert Mack into a window-less room at Austin airport if they lose to Iowa State this weekend?

OT: Mack Brown Institutes the "Brady Hoke" Visit Policy

OT: Mack Brown Institutes the "Brady Hoke" Visit Policy

Submitted by MilkSteak on February 13th, 2013 at 10:08 PM

Looks as though other schools including Texas, Oregon, and Georgia Tech (do they have the recruiting clout to do this?? edit: Talking about GT here) are instituting a similar policy on recruit visits. 

 

Right from the old man's mouth:

"The thing that we will do is we have allowed the kids to commit and still look around the last couple of years -- we're not doing that anymore," Brown said last week on Signing Day. "If you are committed to us, be committed. If you're going to go look, we're going to go look."