The Dallas Morning News ran a rather interesting and edgy article that gave an opinion on the hot seat situation regarding fourth-year Texas footballer coach Tom Herman earlier this week This article by Kevin Sherrington of the Dallas Morning News opened up about the coaching rumors surrounding the former Florida Gators and Ohio State Buckeyes three-time National Championship-winning head coach Urban Meyer and Herman’s « self-confidence » right now.
Even the title of the article begs the question to Longhorns fans; Is the “lure” of Meyer’s hiring potential as the next head coach “too powerful for Texas to ignore”?
What makes this conversation so much more relevant now is the combination of the struggles on the scouting track for the Longhorns and the fact that Herman did address these rumors at his weekly press conference Herman recently did under close scrutiny for Longhorns’ results on the recruiting trail over the past two months or so
To make matters worse, Quinn Ewers, the country’s 2022 highest-ranked quarterback rookie, and Southlake Carroll’s elite five-star pro-style caller Quinn Ewers simply reversed his pledge. from Texas to Ohio State ahead of the Losing Ewers weekend has been the biggest talking point on the scouting track this year for the Longhorns, and rightfully so
Plus, the fact that Herman pushed the boundaries by responding to Meyer speculation and coaching rumors during his weekly press conference on genuinely relevant topics shouldn’t inspire confidence in his head. importance of this Dallas Morning News article on Herman and Meyer in association with head coach position in Texas
This article raises a lot of talking points about why there is coaching speculation for the Longhorns in the first place, not least due to the lack of player development and on-field success for this team under. Herman and Former Head Coach Charlie Fort Overall, the 2010s haven’t provided an unforgettable decade on the Forty Acres
The end of the article confirms the point that I think is relevant to the Meyer conversation as a whole.If he’s healthy enough, I think he’ll end up accepting a blue blood job with the passion with which he still speaks in the media week after week
Every week his herd grows Like any populist he gives the masses what they want, which is a simple answer Here’s what’s wrong with your team Here’s how to fix it Here’s how to win a national title
Coaches often take part in televised concerts to remind boosters and athletic directors that they’re still alive Mack Brown comes to mind But even Mack hasn’t done a better job of demonstrating why he’s still alive. relevant, and it is this argument, and not Kansas or Iowa State or Kansas State, that should prevent Herman from sleeping at night.
One of these days, and probably soon, Texas or USC or Michigan or someone else dying to win will make Meyer a coach again You just look If it doesn’t already done, it’s
It’s also worth pointing out that Herman has the Longhorns on a nice three-game winning streak during this de facto double bye week. Texas could still very realistically round out the regular season roster on a high note and make an appearance in the Big 12 Championship game The problem for Herman is it’s hard to see the case for his longevity with the program. with the inconsistencies on the ground and the lack of success lately on the recruitment trail for the next two cycles
Texas were supposed to take on the lowly Kansas Jayhawks and former LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles on the road to Lawrence in November 21 But due to new coronavirus issues, the Texas-Kansas game had to be delayed until December 12, the weekend before the Big 12 Championship game (scheduled for December 19)
Texas are currently 5-2 (4-2 Big 12) with their last game ending in a narrow four-point win over the West Virginia Mountaineers at home on November seven
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