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Mack Brown Waiting Game Continues

Updated: Wednesday, December 11 2013, 09:23 PM CST

University of Texas Head Coach Mack Brown is back in the Lone Star State and his lawyer is speaking out about his future.

The Longhorns are in the midst of a 23 day lull between last Saturday's season finale and the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30. While Texas has to wait more than three weeks to play the Oregon Ducks in a football game, the waiting game kicked-off yesterday

That's when reports surfaced that Mack Brown will resign as head coach at UT. Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson refuted that story, saying that no decision has been made on Mack's future.

Coach Brown spent the last two days recruiting in Florida. He is scheduled to meet the media tomorrow morning in San Antonio in conjunction with the Alamo Bowl.

We've been told by sources within the Texas program that if Brown has, indeed, chosen to resign it's his desire to share that news with his coaches and players in person.

However, the Longhorns are not practicing this week and several players that don't have finals aren't on campus. Therefore, a team meeting is unlikely to be called before Friday afternoon when players return for the football banquet that evening.

Mack's attorney, Joe Jamail, says he's spoken to Coach Brown every night and a decision has not been made.

"He'll decide what he's going to do. The administration is leaving it up to him. It's his life, he will decide. He's had every success you can have at Texas. He's been extremely good for the University of Texas," he said.

Mack Brown Waiting Game Continues


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