Brown’s attorney Joe Jamail says the longtime Longhorns coach had three head coaching offers this fall, including two serious ones, according to Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman.
Jamail says Brown had 3 head coaching offers, two "very firm," this fall. USC probably one. Says Mack hasn't decided on coaching in future.
— kbohls (@kbohls) December 15, 2013
Bohls also reports that Brown will make $500,000 a year as a special advisor to Texas president Bill Powers through 2020.
At 62, Brown is still young enough where he could take on another job for a handful of years, but how well would he do? When coaches appear to run out of steam, it generally is hard for them to have too much success elsewhere. I think Brown could do well at a smaller school with lesser expectations, but I doubt his ability to succeed at another big program.
He hasn’t decided yet if he will retire.Google+