Brown hires former player and Penn assistant
Brown has hired Mike Martin, a former player who has spent the past six seasons as an assistant at Penn. Sources told CBSSports.com that an official announcement is expected in the next 24 hours.
Brown has hired Penn assistant Mike Martin, multiple sources told CBSSports.com.
Martin was a four-year starter at Brown in the early 2000s and was a part of the winningest class in program history.
Martin spent one season as an assistant at Brown before spending the last six years on the staff at Penn under Glen Miller and Jerome Allen.
Sources also told CBSSports.com that T.J. Sorrentine, the former Vermont star who had been the interim head coach since the dismissal of Jesse Agel, is expected to remain on the staff as Martin's top assistant.
Brown finished 8-23 last season and 2-12 in Ivy league play.
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