Coach Watson Brown loses 200th game


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CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Watson Brown became the first head coach in NCAA history to lose 200 games when Tennessee Tech dropped a 50-7 decision to Northern Iowa on Saturday.

Amos Alonzo Stagg had held the record since 1946, going 314-199-35 in 57 seasons.

Brown is 128-200-1 in 30 seasons as head coach. He's in his eighth season at Tennessee Tech after stints with Austin Peay, Cincinnati, Rice, Vanderbilt and UAB.

His brother, Mack, is the former coach at Texas.

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