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Sport UMass to bring back Don Brown as next head coach

07:05  22 november  2021
07:05  22 november  2021 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Don Brown (born July 31, 1955) is an American college football coach and former player. He is currently the defensive coordinator at the University of Arizona. Previously, he served as defensive coordinator Boston College and at the University of Connecticut and as the head football coach at

Another popular choice is former UMass head coach Don Brown , who left the school in 2008 in search of a better path to becoming an FBS head coach . The current Michigan defensive coordinator had no shortage of success in his first two stints with the Minutemen, leading the UMass defense during its 1998 national championship season and then coaching the team to the 2006 FCS title game. He is one of the nation’s premier defensive coordinators and should be able to turn around a struggling unit and help that side of the ball catch up to the offensive weapons.

UMass has made a decision on its next head coach.

  UMass to bring back Don Brown as next head coach © Michael Allio-USA TODAY Sports

The Minutemen are trying to rekindle some past success and bringing back Don Brown as their head coach. The hiring was reported on Sunday night and is expected to be announced this week.

Brown turned down a big offer from Arizona in order to return to UMass.

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In 2004, Northeastern head coach Don Brown returned to UMass , where he'd served as defensive coordinator from 1998–1999 to take over as head coach .[20] During his tenure as head coach from 2004 to 2008, UMass posted the best five-year record in school history, 43–19. UMass promoted offensive coordinator Kevin Morris to head coach following Brown 's departure.[23] Under Morris, the Minutemen compiled a record of 16–17. On April 20, 2011, after decades of studies and speculation, the UMass Minutemen formally announced they elevated their football program to the NCAA Football

Anyway, a head coach at UMass might have the difficult task of having to change the mindset of a UMass campus community. The faculty are not better than Clemson or Alabama, but they are more powerful in ways that a head football coach at big program doesn't have to address. Barring a run of incredible luck, UMass isn't going to get the same levels of institutional support as others have pointed out already. Not to mention New England not being a hotbed for CFB recruiting or fandom, and other coaches undoubtedly poaching on such a bizzare move by pointing out that Saban/Dabo have clearly

Brown, 66, was UMass’ head coach from 2004-2008 before leaving to become Maryland’s defensive coordinator. He went 43-19 over five seasons, topping out at 13-2 in 2006.

Brown served as Jim Harbaugh’s defensive coordinator at Michigan from 2016-2020. He was in his first season as the defensive coordinator at Arizona under Jedd Fisch. Now he will be returning to UMass, which has fallen upon tough times. UMass is 1-10 this season and has gone 2-25 the last three seasons. They fired Mark Whipple after consecutive 4-8 seasons in 2017 and 2018 and probably never thought it would get so much worse.

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9, 2004: Don Brown was named UMass new head coach as former coach Mark Whipple left to become quarterbacks coach with the Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL. Sept. 11, 2004: UMass hosts its second night game in school history at McGuirk Stadium. 22, 2008: Don Brown coached his last game at UMass in leading the Min-utemen to a 28-14 win over Hofstra. That game made the 2008-09 UMass senior class the winningest four-year group in the history of the program with a 37-14 record.

ATLANTA -- Don Brown is known for his open discussion and candid commentary. So when a question came up Thursday about being a head coach in college football again, he gave an honest answer. At 63 years old, the Michigan defensive coordinator is still open to it. “In the right situation, if it occurred Obviously, I’m familiar with the area in terms of I can recruit up and down the Eastern seaboard, all from New England all the way to Florida. “But did I lose sleep on it? No, I just blinked and moved on to the next day.” Don Brown told the story this morning of coaching UMass to the FCS national title game

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