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Seven college football players have been suspended following a post-game incident after their rivalry game on Saturday.

Mack Brown is North Carolina's new football coach in a second stint with the Tar Heels.

Once at Texas, Brown coached a Heisman Trophy victor in Ricky Williams, then another Heisman finalist - Vince Young - led the Longhorns to a 13-0 season in 2005 that ended with a win against USC in a Rose Bowl classic for the national title. Brown's hiring is pending approval by the university's board, per the report.

"Sally and I love North Carolina, we love this University and we are thrilled to be back, " Brown said in a press release. Those Longhorns teams went 158-48 in Brown's tenure; on two occasions Texas played in the national title game.

Legendary coach Mack Brown is returning to lead the Tar Heels to victory, just as he did in the 80s and 90s. The announcement is schedule to take place on Tuesday (Nov. 27).

North Carolina has won just five games over the last two seasons, so Brown has some work to do.

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The Tar Heels fired their head coach, Larry Fedora, on Sunday after going 2-9 this season, his seventh with the program.

"But North Carolina is very fortunate".

Brown was the head coach at UNC from 1987-1997 compiling a record of 69-46-1.

He left for Texas after leading UNC to back-to-back top 10 finishes in the final AP polls in 1996 and '97, capping a two-year run in which the Tar Heels were 20-3.

Brown led a lengthy period of success with the Longhorns, including winning the 2005 BCS national title in the infamous Rose Bowl game against USC. Brown would replace Larry Fedora, who was sacked Sunday. Brown is now tied with Bill Dooley for the second-most wins in program history with 69.

Since he left Texas, Brown has entered into broadcasting and is now a college football analyst for ESPN.