Brown says game 'is not about me'
The Greensboro News and Record
"I have been cussed and booed at, and I have even had things thrown at me, so there isn't really anything that could be done that I haven't already seen. The game is about the kids. It's not about the coaches.''
Brown coming to win, not listen to UNC fans
The High Point Enterprise
"The road through Chapel Hill paved the way for Mack Brown to become head football coach at the University of Texas."
Mack the knife
The Gaston Gazette
"Mack Brown will feel a little bit like a proud parent Saturday when he brings the nation's No. 2-ranked Texas Longhorns to North Carolina's Kenan Stadium."
Ex-UNC coach bringing No. 2-ranked Texas to town
The Fayetteville Observer
"Brown, who will be back in Chapel Hill on Saturday when his No. 3 Longhorns play North Carolina, insists at least one Texas assistant on each side of the ball be around during office hours. One never knows when an offensive coordinator from Sugarland or a defensive coordinator from Big Sandy might show up."
Brown rebuilt Texas by fixing relationships
The Charlotte Observer
"North Carolina's Tar Heels will be looking for win No. 2 of the young season when they square off against second-ranked Texas in the ninth meeting between the two teams."
ACC's Week 4 Football Release
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