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A day after a report surfaced online that Tommy Tuberville left Texas Tech recruits in the middle of dinner the day before taking the Cincinnati coaching job, Tuberville joined Dan Patrick on his show to discuss the report.
After exchanging pleasantries, Patrick dives right in and goes after Tuberville and the way coaches who have signed long-term contracts “flirt” with other jobs.
At times in the interview, Tuberville is obviously flustered by Patrick’s questioning. But to his credit, Tuberville doesn’t back down and answers everything thrown his way.
H/T Awful Announcing
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