Mack Brown had to make six -- six! -- hires this offseason, but he's officially finished.
He's once again mined the SEC for a coach, bringing in Stacy Searels, formerly of Georgia and LSU, to coach his offensive line.
Defensive coordinator Manny Diaz came from Mississippi State and defensive tackles coach Bo Davis came to Texas from Alabama.
"Georgia was a very tough place to leave, but Texas is one of those few places that I knew if they called, I had to look into it," Searels said in a release. "At the end of the day, the opportunity here was just too much to pass up."
Searels (pronounced s-EARL-s) replaces departed offensive line coach Mac McWhorter.
"I have admired his work as a coach for many years," Brown said. "He has a great deal of respect around the country, and at Appalachian State, LSU and Georgia, he has developed some of the best offensive lines in the nation. Will Muschamp, Arthur Johnson and Bo Davis have all worked with Stacy, and their recommendations, and those of many other coaches I talked to, could not have been any stronger. I am really excited about Stacy joining our staff."