Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Mack to stay at Texas longer than your child.

The Board of Regents is apparently expected to announce that Mack Brown will be given another 10-year extension, this one taking him through 2017. It will apparently give him a raise beyond his current 2.6 million a year with the annual $100,000 raise. The new deal could take him into the $3 million a year realm, because really, that $400,000 is needed to keep Mack a float.

This deal will keep Mack among the highest paid coaches in the country, and as long he can keep his players out of jail, and winning him football games, I don't see why not. So here's to 3 mil a year, Mack.


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