Originally Posted by michaelm
Ok, I was able to watch the last few minutes of the presser on TV and Charlie came across better than he did on the radio. He definitely seemed to have gotten more comfortable at the end and didn't seem to be pressing as much as he did at the beginning.
I think he caught his stride when he was able to start talking about football and football players.
Totally different animal than Mac Brown. He definitely seems to have more fire and passion for the game.
He was notorious at Louisville for trying to get out of speaking to boosters, giving speeches, politics, etc. He's a great football mind but he seems to hate the behind the scenes head man stuff.
Not sure about the hire because, despite his vast football knowledge, if there is one college job out there that includes as much politicking as coaching it's the Texas job.