Texas WR Mike Davis Says Winning The Alamo Bowl Is A Must For “One Of The Best Head Coaches Ever”

Maybe it’s just starting to really sink in for all of us, and it’s kind of sad: Mack Brown will not be the head football coach at the University of Texas next season. Brown will make his last stand as head coach of the Longhorns at the Alamo Bowl on December 30th, after leading the school’s football program for 16 seasons. In those 16 seasons, Brown amassed a 158-47 record, won a national championship, and was awarded the Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant Coach Of The Year Award in 2006.

Now the Texas players want to make sure that their coach heads out on a good note — wide receiver Mike Davis considers it “a must” to win the Alabama Bowl against Oregon for “one of the best head coaches ever.”

Mack has always been one of the most well-respected guys in the game — do you agree that he’s one of the best head coaches ever?

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