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  1. 03:38

    Watson Brown: Not About the Number

    The Tennessee Tech head coach and brother of Mack Brown tied the record for the most career losses this past Saturday, and is on the verge of breaking the record this weekend.

    September 27, 2014
  2. 03:33

    Strong Criticism

    Paul Finebaum discusses Kirk Herbstreit's comments about Charlie Strong being evaluated as Texas head coach too quickly after kicking several players off the team and stepping up the program's drug testing.

    September 25, 2014
  3. 06:17

    Coach Nears All-Time NCAA Football Losses Record

    Tennessee Tech coach Watson Brown has won 128 games in his head-coaching career, which spans five decades. He's also lost 199 games, which is tied for the most ever. He joins ESPN's Prim Siripipat to discuss the record and his career.

    September 24, 2014
  4. 02:21

    Bald Man On Campus: Todd Gurley

    Georgia RB Todd Gurley discusses his stellar start to the season and the emerging comparisons to Herschel Walker.

    September 12, 2014
  5. 04:01

    College Football Playoff Roundtable

    Danny Kanell, Mark May, Lou Holtz, Butch Davis, Mack Brown, Robert Smith and Brett McMurphy discuss college football's new playoff system.

    August 30, 2014
  6. 03:14

    Urban Meyer Sunday Conversation

    Mack Brown speaks with Urban Meyer about his team's outlook for this year, his relationship with Chip Kelly and why he continues to coach after winning two national championships.

    August 10, 2014
  7. 02:38

    Video: Maryland QB C.J. Brown

    Maryland senior quarterback C.J. Brown talks with Brian Bennett about the Terrapins' first year in the Big Ten, the depth at wide receiver and the team's potential this season.

    July 30, 2014
  8. 03:43

    Strong On Culture Shift At Texas

    Longhorns coach Charlie Strong joins "SportsCenter" to talk about changing the culture at the University of Texas, getting back in the national championship picture and recruiting for the future.

    July 23, 2014
  9. 02:50

    Malcolm Brown on Expectations for Offense

    The senior RB talked with Kevin Dunn about what to expect from the 2014 Texas offense.

    July 22, 2014
  10. 04:15

    Ripple Effects Caused By Brown's Resignation

    ESPN Big 12 reporter Max Olson breaks down the 103 coaches throughout all levels of football that were affected by Mack Brown resigning from Texas.

    June 08, 2014
  11. 03:30

    Mint Condition: Panini Signs Manziel

    Panini's Jason Howarth breaks down the details of Johnny Manziel's exclusive autographed memorabilia deal with the company and how his eventual playing location could impact his memorabilia market.

    April 30, 2014
  12. 06:21

    Texas' Strong Discusses Aggressive Offense, Defense

    Longhorn Network analyst and Texas alum Ricky Williams sits down with Texas head coach Charlie Strong, who was hired to replace Mack Brown this off-season.

    April 21, 2014
  13. 03:24

    St. Brown talks USC, Stanford and more

    WeAreSC's Blair Angulo caught up with ESPN 300 WR Equanimeous St. Brown on Sunday at the IMG 7v7 West Regional to get the latest on his recruitment.

    April 14, 2014
  14. 02:15

    Neighboring States Poach Top Georgia Talent

    For the third consecutive season, the top recruit in Georgia has committed to an out-of-state college. National recruiting reporter Jeremy Crabtree explores the trend in a discussion with ESPN's Toni Collins.

    March 27, 2014
  15. 03:58

    NFTC: Los Angeles Camp Recap

    Recruiting reporter Erik McKinney and national recruiting analyst Craig Haubert join ESPN's Phil Murphy to break down the top performers from the Nike Football Training Camp tour's first stop in 2014. Four recruits earned an invitation to The Opening

    March 10, 2014
  16. 02:25

    Ricky Williams Discusses Mack Brown's Final Game

    The LHN GameDay crew breaks down what today will mean for Mack Brown and the Texas football program.

    December 30, 2013