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LOOK: Mack Brown Gives Quick Golf Lesson on Simulator in New Chapel Hill Home

The recruiting moves and strategies by North Carolina's Mack Brown continue to impress. Earlier this year it was revealed that Brown and his wife purchased and fixed up a house less than one mile from UNC's campus. The distance from campus will allow Brown to host UNC recruits at his residence on both official and unofficial visits. It is a huge advantage to bring recruits, who are just visiting on an unofficial basis, over for a little hospitality.
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Mack Brown expresses concerns with transfer portal

The transfer portal has generated all kinds of headlines, with this offseason seeing an explosion of movement that hit 100-150 players per week after bowl season. And coaches expressed concerns about tampering and enforcement in an ESPN article. A number of coaches discussed their worries with ESPN about the growing...
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Mack Brown rises up CBS Sports' list of top coaches

Mack Brown has North Carolina in a significantly better spot than what he inherited a couple years ago. And that helped Brown rise to No. 12 in CBS Sports' rankings of the top Power Five coaches in college football, up from No. 20. "It's funny how records look different depending...
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Mack Brown PC: Post-Spring Takeaways

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- North Carolina has concluded its spring practice and is projected to open training camp ranked in the Top-10 in three short months. UNC head coach Mack Brown wrapped up his program's 15 spring practices on Tuesday and offered his perspective on what awaits this summer, whether it be recruits finally returning to campus or the transfer portal's deadline for 2021 eligibility set for July 1. There's also the offseason steps in his continued program-building process as the Tar Heels look to maintain their trajectory toward national relevancy.
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Mack Brown Details UNC's Post-Spring Transfer Situation & Approach

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- Since North Carolina's spring practice concluded, two UNC players have entered the NCAA transfer portal and decided to leave the program. On April 26, linebacker Khadry Jackson entered the transfer portal and then a week later defensive back Welton Spottsville followed. They were backups or depth pieces on North Carolina's improving defense and factors on special teams.
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Mack Brown asked what surprised him about Sam Howell this spring

North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell impressed during Saturday’s spring game. Considered a top quarterback prospect for the 2022 NFL Draft, Howell completed 6-of-10 passes for 118 yards and a touchdown. This season will mark Howell’s third one as the Tar Heels’ starter. UNC will lose top running backs in Michael...
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Mack Brown moves homes to help give North Carolina an advantage in recruiting

Once word of this recruiting loophole reaches the Southeastern Conference, don’t be surprised to see every league coach move closer to his respective campus. We kid (kind of) but if Mack Brown’s recent move pays dividends for the Tar Heels, we may actually see more coaches make similar moves in the weeks and months to come.
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UNC Spring Game: Mack Brown Postgame

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- On a rainy day in Chapel Hill, North Carolina took the field in Kenan Stadium to close out five weeks of spring practice with one final scrimmage. The focus wasn’t using a game plan to have the offense beat the defense or vice versa. Head coach Mack Brown and staff used the 85-play spring game to evaluate their players, see who stood out and see how the 14 practices leading up to the game made the Tar Heels better as a whole.
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Location, location, location: Mack Brown finds real estate inefficiency to exploit for recruiting efforts

When it comes to real estate, North Carolina football coach Mack Brown knows where matters most. It’s all about the location. During the build-up to UNC’s spring game this weekend (April 24), Brown mentioned that his family just moved into a house in Chapel Hill that’s 0.98 miles from campus. This is significant: it allows Brown to host prospects at his house, while having it count as an unofficial visit.