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Mack Brown is floundering. Can you say "processed"?
Now theres a coach that won't be coaching much longer.
never go full retard.
This post was edited by scottchap on 2/6/2013 at 10:11 PM
I bet he has Coaching Football for Dummies on his desk. He blames others for his failures
This post was edited by Bama Boz on 2/6/2013 at 10:19 PM
Texas, and Mack brown, don't know what to do. All these teams worried about offense should maybe start on the defense first. Every time I watched Texas this year, they took TERRIBLE angles and couldn't tackle a rag doll.
Mack panicked after the 2009 BCS Championship and tried to run a pro style offense with spread personnel. Now he is panicking again...Uhoh!
I know it's bad when the opposing qb only goes 6-11 and you lose, but you probably shouldn't change the whole dynamic of your team just because of that. Goodbye Mack!
Some people bring a knife to a gun fight. Mark Richt brings a Super Soaker 2000.
The sad part is it usually takes 2 years to retool your program with the right players to execute a new system, so he's probably close to seeing a payoff from the transition he made before. The problem is now hes going to deal with growing pains again and put even more pressure on his defense which sucked last year.
Dead man walking.
I believe he is trying to buy some time...RTR
I kinda feel sorry for him
Unfortunately there aren't many players available out there that are ready to play in the pro style system. If you have to build its at least a two to three year process and if you slip here and there in those years it could be longer. Mack's problem and everybody else's is they are competing for that handful of ready players with one team IMO, and we know who that is. Sure there are some others evolving and if they stick with it that might get there and be elite, but for now there's one clear choice and then all the others if you are a prospect truly open to location and program rigors.
"You don't always get what you want, but you always get what you deserve"
Its a safe play to say that he has over stayed his welcome in Austin...Having said, I am loving every minute of it. He's always been a crybaby and if you listened yesterday to him he is butthurt about everything that ISNT able to do in recruiting.
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