Bill Powers & Alamo Bowl
The Alamo Bowl is a major American college football bowl game played annually since 1993 in the 65,000-seat Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas./5
After a week of back and forth, Texas coach Mack Brown has officially decided to resign. According to Orangebloods.com, Brown, 62, informed his team Saturday afternoon. He will coach the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on Dec. 30. "Sally and I were brought to Texas 16 years ago to pull together a football program that was divided," Brown said in a statement. "With a lot of passion, hard work and determination from the kids, coaches and staff, we did that. We built a strong football family, reached great heights and accomplished a lot, and for that, I thank everyone. It's been a wonderful ride. "Now, the program is again being pulled in different directions, and I think the time is right for a change. I love The University of Texas, all of its supporters, the great fans and everyone that played and coached here. I can't thank DeLoss Dodds enough for bringing our family here, and Bill Powers and the administration for supporting us at a place where I have made lifelong friendships. "It is the best coaching job an ...
Mack Brown at Alamo Bowl presser: "My situation has not changed...I want to talk to Bill Powers and Steve Patterson about the future."
Alamo Bowl presser going on right now - Mack said he has plans to sit down with Bill Powers and Steve Patterson soon, but no decision on his future has been made.
THE LATEST: As of 7:56 this morning, Mack Brown remains scheduled to do his in-home visit with Andrew Beck in Tampa later today. The Texas coaching staff and support personnel continue to hear nothing but the status quo as it relates to the future of their head coach. Yes, the staff is acutely aware of the reports. However, the staff is also busy preparing for the 16 official visitors they expect in for this weekend. So what is the staff doing amidst the uncertainty? "There are things we can control and things we can't," one source told me. "We're going to focus on the ones we can." ** We fully expect Mack Brown, Bill Powers and Brown's attorney Joe Jamail to work out a resignation prior to the team's annual football banquet. Ideally, however, the group would find a solution whereby Brown does not have to appear as a lame duck coach at tomorrow's 10 a.m. Alamo Bowl press conference. I still feel confident that Mack Brown will not be the head coach of the University of Texas next year. I asked a high-ranki ...
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