Texas season ticket holder uses billboard to thank coach Mack Brown

Dr. Saturday

As Mack Brown’s final game as the head coach of the Texas Longhorns looms, one Longhorn season ticket holder wanted to show his appreciation for the longtime head coach.

So Bill Reagan of Reagan Advertising placed a billboard in the city of Austin with Brown’s face and the words “Class Act.”

Reagan hopes to add three more billboard around the city that show the same image of Brown and the word “Thanks.”

“We just made a decision to put those up,” Reagan told the Austin American-Statesman. “Being a local company here in Austin, we try to embody certain qualities and certain characteristics. As a personal fan, I just think Mack Brown has done a terrific job for Texas. He embodies all the qualities that we should strive for.”

On Dec. 14, Brown’s told his team he was resigning after 16 seasons with the program. His last game will be against No. 10 Oregon in the Valero Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30.

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