Fire burns down Mack Brown's North Carolina home
Mack Brown's home in North Carolina burned down shortly after moving his Texas memorabilia there.
Former Texas coach Mack Brown's home in North Carolina was destroyed by a fire last week.
According to KVUE, Brown had just moved all his Texas memorabilia from his home in Austin, Texas to the North Carolina house. Brown also said the only thing left standing at the home are the two chimneys, which leads you to believe all his Texas memorabilia is is gone as well.
Thx for your thoughts and prayers about the loss of our house. Tough deal, but thanks. Blessed everyone is fine and we are moving forward.— Mack Brown (@ESPN_CoachMack) September 2, 2014
Before taking the job at Texas in 1998, Brown spent 10 seasons at North Carolina, going 69-46-1.
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