A&M Just Needs Time, and Playmakers

A&M Just Needs Time, and Playmakers

Mike Sherman should have Mack Brown's shoulder to cry on unless, of course, Bob Stoops is already using it.

But Brown knows firsthand about the difficulties of jump-starting a football program.

In his first two seasons as head coach at Tulane, Brown won just five games and lost 17 at a school hurting for money, exposure and any semblance of a winning tradition. He won just enough for a third, personal breakthrough 6-6 season.

From there, he moved on to North Carolina, where he initially fared even worse. His first two seasons? Bookend 1-10 records. He came on strong to post winning seasons in his next eight years and land an even bigger plum.

At Texas, he won nine games in back-to-back years to start, coached up a Heisman Trophy winner and won a bowl game in his first season and a division title in his second.

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