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Report: There Will Be A "Big Push" For Mack Brown As Next Texas AD

Tuesday morning, Texas officially parted ways with school AD Steve Patterson. There's already chatter regarding his potential replacements.

According to Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman, there will be a "big push" for former head coach Mack Brown to take the position. Brown coached the football team from 1998-2013, winning one national championship while posting a 158-48 record. 

">@FoxSports "Not sure it'll go thru, but there will be a big push for Mack (Brown) to become the next AD at #Texas."

— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB)

Source tells @FoxSports "Not sure it'll go thru, but there will be a big push for Mack (Brown) to become the next AD at #Texas."

— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) September 15, 2015

">September 15, 2015

Brown resigned as coach after the 2013 Alamo Bowl, after posting his fourth straight season without 10 victories. Since, he's been a "special assistant" for the school and appeared on ESPN/ABC as a college football analyst.