“Other people bring it up about how long I’m going to stay, and it’s based on my age and based on my track record,” Brown said. “It’s a question I should have to answer because I have moved, and I don’t know if any Division I head coach is older than me.”
There is. Jackson State’s Tevester Anderson is 75.
As for how long he will keep coaching this time, Brown said he always wants to be doing something in basketball.
“Nobody has had a background like me. Not only the people I played for or worked for, it’s the people who worked with or the people I coached,” Brown said. “Why not share what they taught me?
“I don’t look at mirrors or celebrate birthdays,” he said. “Otherwise, I feel exactly like I did when I was coach’s assistant at North Carolina.”
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