InstagramNorth Carolina’s decision to hire Mack Brown was met with serious questions last fall. Some of those remain, but he got off to a good start with the Tar Heels.UNC, an 11-point underdog, picked up a 24-20 upset win over South Carolina in Charlotte. Brown’s team made what could have been a fatal mistake late, but secured the big first win.After the game, the Tar Heels naturally turned up in the locker room. Mack Brown included.Here is the video of Mack Brown cutting a rug that you may not have known you needed. But you really, really did.pic.twitter.com/xF2XjQXVs7— tarheelupdate (@tarheelupdate) August 31, 2019The Tar Heels are coming off of back-to-back nine-loss seasons under Larry Fedora, who had the team in the ACC Championship just a few years ago.Brown, who hadn’t coached since being let go at Texas in 2013, was certainly an out-of-the-box pick. The way his Texas tenure fizzled out didn’t exactly inspire confidence, and his hire was pretty surprising at the time.He was definitely a known commodity in Chapel Hill, though. He coached the Tar Heels from 1988-1997, winning 10 games three times in his last five seasons during that run, and ending the tenure with six straight bowl games. In 1997, the Tar Heels went 10-1, won the Gator Bowl, and finished fourth in the AP Poll.Expectations shouldn’t be that Brown gets UNC back there right away, but if the Tar Heels can be competitive in a pretty mediocre ACC Coastal right away and beat mid-level SEC teams, that’s not a bad start.