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Old 10-13-2012   #94
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Default Re: Texas Longhorns Football - 2012

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Originally Posted by Stemp View Post
Mack will be forced to retire by the bigwigs. He's already used up the "changing coordinators" bit and now it's just on him.

They may yet lose to Baylor, Tech and/or TCU.
I would love for that to be true, but you're way off. Mack is a god at UT for some reason, and the athletic department cherishes the guy. Mack's been the biggest joke of a game day coach in college for like 12 years. He was going to walk when they first tried to fire Greg Davis before VY got there and Mack was going to walk until VY saved their jobs. VY didn't play like the freak he was in college until he was left alone and wasn't really coached. That ought to tell you a lot. The Horns couldn't go anywhere after VY left until Muschamp got there and got that entire team playing with intensity and with a chip on their shoulder. It was very similar to how the Texans under achieved and Wade came in and changed things. It was no surprise that the Longhorns have been garbage still since Muschamp left. I couldn't wait to see Muschamp as their next HC, but then Meyer had to leave Florida for the 10th time and Florida got him away from us.

Mack will coach at Texas as long as he wants.
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