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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Bright Sky Press
Brown, Mack, Little, Bill
Chronicles some of the life and times of Mack Brown and his journey from Cookeville, Tennessee, where as a child he rode the team bus with the high school football teams his grandfather coached, to Austin, Texas, where today he is head football coach of The University of Texas Longhorns. Filled with thoughts and stories from Brown who, in following his dream of coaching, has built winning football programs everywhere he's coached. Each chapter opens with a photograph depicting a person or an experience that has helped shape Mack Brown's life, his values, and his philosophy.Brown, Mack is the author of 'One Heartbeat II The Road To The National Championship', published 2006 under ISBN 9781931721769 and ISBN 1931721769.
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