THOMAS BROWN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Report: Thomas Brown leaves UGA staff to join Richt in Miami

Georgia's running backs coach Thomas Brown has reportedly decided to leave Athens and join former head coach Mark Richt in Miami. Via AJC.com, it appears as if Brown may be a co-offensive coordinator in Coral Gables. A former player under Richt, Brown coached the likes of Sony Michel, Keith Marshall, and Nick Chubb this past season for the Bulldogs. Prior to that, he had stints...
Via Fox Sports
December 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting 2016: Thomas Brown Has Made An Impression on Elijah Holyfield

A few months back, when the Georgia Bulldogs began reconfiguring their staff, Thomas Brown was brought in to replace Bryan McClendon (after Tony Ball left for LSU) as the running backs coach. At the time, it seemed like a great… Read more → The post Georgia Recruiting 2016: Thomas Brown Has Made An Impression on Elijah Holyfield appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
Via The Lady Sportswriter
July 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: 2016 RB Antonio Williams is Already Hearing from the Bulldogs

After Thomas Brown announced his decision to leave the Wisconsin Badgers for the same position at The University of Georgia, the wheels on the recruiting bus began to go ’round and ’round on the Badgers lone running back commit, four-star Antonio… Read more → The post Georgia Recruiting: 2016 RB Antonio Williams is Already Hearing from the Bulldogs appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
Via The Lady Sportswriter
February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia adds ex-Bulldog Thomas Brown as running backs coach

ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia coach Mark Richt has hired Thomas Brown as running backs coach, the school said in a statement Monday. Former running backs coach Bryan McClendon will now coach receivers. Brown, who worked with 2014 Heisman Trophy runner-up Melvin Gordon at Wisconsin last season, was a teammate of McClendon on Georgia's 2005 Southeastern Conference title team. Richt added...
Via Associated Press
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Brown returns to Georgia as running backs coach

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Georgia coach Mark Richt has hired Thomas Brown as running backs coach, the school said in a statement Monday. Former running backs coach Bryan McClendon will now coach receivers. Brown, who worked with 2014 Heisman Trophy runner-up Melvin Gordon at Wisconsin last season, was a teammate of McClendon on Georgia's 2005 Southeastern Conference title team. Richt added...
Via Associated Press
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Badgers RB coach Brown leaves for same position at Georgia

MADISON, Wis. -- University of Wisconsin running backs coach Thomas Brown was instrumental in helping to hold together the Badgers' 2015 recruiting class. But less than two weeks after national signing day, he has left to accept the same position at his alma mater, the University of Georgia. The news first was reported by FootballScoop.com and later confirmed by Georgia. And though...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: UGA Alumnus Thomas Brown Leaving Wisconsin To Become Georgia RB Coach

Georgia and Wisconsin may be the two schools best known for elite running back play in college football, and now the Bulldogs are reportedly poaching the Badgers’ running back coach, Georgia alumnus Thomas Brown.  Official: #UGA hires former player Thomas Brown as RBs coach, Bryan McClendon moving to WRs. Brown was at Wisconsin last season — Mark Schlabach (@Mark_Schlabach...
Via College Spun
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

REPORT: Thomas Brown heading to Georgia as RB’s coach

At some point you had to figure if the University of Georgia came calling, Wisconsin running back coach Thomas Brown was as good as gone. It’s akin to UW having an opening at the position and Ron Dayne coaching at some other major university — the move would be a no-brainer. However, few saw the move coming so soon, especially after Paul Chryst kept him on staff after seeing...
Via Madtown Badgers
February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Badgers hire Marshall assistant Thomas Brown as RBs coach

MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen announced on Monday that the Badgers have hired Thomas Brown as running backs coach. Brown, a standout running back at the University of Georgia, served as running backs coach at Marshall in 2013. A year earlier, he was the running backs coach at Chattanooga. Brown will have big shoes to fill in replacing Thomas Hammock, who...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

REPORT: Andersen to hire Thomas Brown as RB coach

After much speculation, Wisconsin finally may have it's man to replace Thomas Hammock as running backs coach. Footballscoop.com is reporting that sources confirm Marshall running backs coach Thomas Brown will be the new running backs coach at UW.  At Wisconsin, I can confirm that UW is hiring Marshall RBs coach Thomas Brown in the same capacity http://t.co/BM6rIrXi39 —...
Via Madtown Badgers
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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