Found September 09, 2013 on No Guts, No Glory:
Week 2 of the college football season is in the books and things aren’t looking too good for two high profile coaches. It’s time for some retrospection. This could be the beginning of the end for Mack Brown There are two distinct reasons why we may be seeing the last days on Mack Brown on the sidelines for Texas. The first reason is the obvious one, Texas just lost to BYU to the tune of 40-21. The other reason is that Brown has now gone into self-preservation mode by “reassigning” his defensive coordinator, Manny Diaz. Now he turns to former Texas co-defensive coordinator Greg Robinson to help save his job. “Our performance on defense last night was unacceptable, and we need to change that,” Texas coach Mack Brown said in a statement released by the school. “Greg will be here tonight and get with the staff and players to start preparing for Ole Miss. He will be running our defense immediately. We’re very fortunate that Greg has been around, watched all of our practice video and has...
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