has stepped down, and the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on Dec. 30 will be his last game with the Longhorns, the school announced on Saturday.
Brown led the Longhorns to the 2005 national championship and ranks second at the school in career victories. He's stepping down after 16 seasons - and one tumultuous week of reports and speculation that this was coming.
He is 158-47 at Texas, but 30-20 the last four seasons, including 19-17 in the Big 12.
INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD Jeffrey Ainsley (Holy Ghost Prep) set a Haverford College record with a clocking of 8.58 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles at the Holiday Meet at the Gary Lutnick Tennis & Track Center.
The Fords picked up another first place as Michael Iannacone (St. Joseph's Prep) cleared 12 feet, 5.6 inches in the pole vault.
BOXING Philadelphia's Steve Cunningham (26-6, 12 KOs), a former two-time cruiserweight champion, won an eight-round unanimous decision over Manuel Quezada (29-8, 18 KOs) in a heavyweight fight at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. In the opening bout, Philadelphia's Vincent Floyd fought to a four-round draw with Trent Laidler in a middleweight contest that was the professional debut for both. North Philadelphia's Aaron Leonard (1-1-1) spoiled the professional debut of Sicklerville's Andrew Peurifoy with a first-round TKO.
WINTER SPORTS Steven Holcomb won another World Cup two-man bobsled race in Lake Placid, N.Y., leading a U.S. sweep of the medals and adding to the dominating start of the Olympic season by American sliders. Holcomb and Chris Fogt were first, followed by Nick Cunningham and Johnny Quinn in second, and Cory Butner and Chuck Berkeley in third.
Olympic champion Hannah Kearney of the United States won the season-opening World Cup moguls.
Shaun White fell on his first run, tweaked his ankle, and finished a surprising second on the half-pipe at the Dew Tour in Colorado, the first qualifying event for the Sochi Olympics.
Two-time defending World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher won the giant slalom on Saturday, while favorite Ted Ligety and Bode Miller didn't finish their first runs in France.
Tucker West is now the youngest male slider to qualify for a U.S. Olympic luge team, after he and Aidan Kelly secured the final two spots on the 10-person squad.
GOLF Keyed by a blazing back nine, Matt Kuchar and Harris English took a 4-shot lead after better ball play in the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Florida.