Former Texas HC Mack Brown will lead the football feasibility study committee at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.
Former Texas HC Mack Brown said, "if somebody calls me, I'll talk to them," when asked if he had plans to coach again.
SMU contacted former Texas HC Mack Brown about its coaching vacancy.
Mack Brown has not been contacted by school's with open coaching positions and he will not make a decision about his coaching future until December.
FOXSports.com's Bruce Feldman reports "some well-connected SMU brass are intrigued" by the idea of hiring Mack Brown as head coach.
Mack Brown accepted a paid job as a special assistant to the Texas athletics department and will be paid $2.75 million over four years as part of a settlement.
Mack Brown said at a Sunday press conference that he had the option to remain head coach at Texas and his decision to resign was a "mutual decision".
Mack Brown will resign as Texas' head coach.
Bobby Burton of 247 sports reports Mack Brown will remain coach at Texas.
Texas coach Mack Brown said Thursday that he will not discuss his job status or campaign for his job.
Texas coach Mack Brown will resign by the end of the week, reports ESPN's Brett McMurphy.
Texas HC Mack Brown has not resigned as Longhorns head coach.
Texas HC Mack Brown will step down after 16 years, according to Chip Brown of Orangebloods.
Texas coach Mack Brown has a minimal $2.75 million buyout if he is let go before Dec. 31, 2014.