After leading three different college football programs over the last twenty-eight years, Mack Brown will serve as a studio analyst for ABC.
Brown was the head coach of Texas for the past sixteen seasons before resigning at the end of last year. He had much success at the program, winning a national championship in 2005 and appearing in another title game in 2009.
However, Brown’s last four seasons in Austin did not live up to the expectations of the program. The Longhorns were just 30-21.
His next step in his career will be to joining host John Saunders and former Florida State quarterback Danny Kanell. He will provide insight for games aired ABC and will be apart of “Saturday Night Football.”
“I’m so excited and grateful to be joining ESPN’s college football coverage team,” Brown said in a news release. “We’ve been talking about it for a few months, and I think it’s a great opportunity to continue to be an active part of a game I love so much. People who know me know I’m a football junkie, so I’m really looking forward to watching and studying teams, sharing thoughts, and talking football with all of the passionate college football fans across the country each and every week.”