October 18, 2006

NU Notes: Jordan remembers his days under Brown

In Randy Jordan's football career he's had the privilege of playing for some pretty good coaches.

In the professional ranks the third year running backs coach at Nebraska played for both Jon Gruden and Bill Callahan.

In the collegiate ranks, Jordan played for a little known coach at the time by the name of Mack Brown who everybody in the football world is now very well aware of.

On Saturday, Jordan will get to square off for the first time in his coaching career against his former college coach when the Huskers take on the Longhorns in Lincoln.

When Jordan reflects back to his college career at North Carolina, he remembers how bad the Tar Heels used to be. He said in Brown's first two seasons UNC went 1-10, but things quickly turned around. Jordan said North Carolina won 6, 7 and 9 games his final three seasons under Brown and the Tar Heels earned a rare bowl berth to the Peach Bowl in 1992.


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