Mack Brown's Brother Loses Record 200th Game On Saturday

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Tennessee Tech's Watson Brown, brother of former Texas Longhorns head coach Mack Brown, lost his NCAA record 200th game on Saturday.

Per news services, "Northern Iowa defeated Tennessee Tech 50-7 on Saturday, dropping Brown's career coaching record to 128-200-1. Brown entered Saturday tied with Amos Alonzo Stagg for most losses among coaches with at least 10 seasons."

Brown has previously coach at UAB, Vanderbilt, Rice, Cincinnati, and Austin Peay over his 29-year coaching career.

After his Golden Eagles were absolutely dominated by Northern Iowa on Saturday, Brown gave credit where credit is due.

"They're very, very good," Brown told Tennessee Tech's athletics website, via ESPN. "It's tough to handle somebody like that. It was the best team we've played on the FCS level in my seven years [at Tech]. They're good everywhere, and this was just total domination."

Over almost three decades of coaching, Brown has only been to the postseason twice - once in 2004 when he led UAB to the Hawaii Bowl and the other trip coming in 2011 when he led Tennessee Tech to the first round of the NCAA Division I Football Championship, a 24-team playoff bracket which determines the FCS national champion.

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