Dec 30, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Texas Longhorns head coach Mack Brown reacts during the post game press conference after a game against the Oregon Ducks at Alamo Dome. Oregon defeated Texas 30-7. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Former Texas coach Mack Brown will be in-studio college football analyst for ESPN this fall

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It looked like former Texas Longhorns head coach Mack Brown was going to have a considerable amount of free time after parting ways with the university and their football team. But he won’t be taking any considerable time off during the 2014 season, he will be working just in a different capacity.

Brown has signed on with ESPN to work as a in-studio college football analyst for the season. The announcement is expected soon but hasn’t been officially made.

Brown brings a wealth of experience to the studio with two BCS National Championship game appearances and one title on his resume. There also isn’t any distinction made in the reports between whether it will be for ESPN or for one of their other networks, like the Longhorn Network.

With Lou Holtz retiring after the 2014 season, reportedly, Brown could be tapped to fill his role though they’ll share the studio for one season.

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