Found September 21, 2013 on FatManWriting:
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Fans in Austin are going to want a big name coach; someone they can look at and think that he is going to turn things around in a heart beat. It has been no secret that the Longhorns are interested in Nick Saban; also no secret that he has no interest in leaving Alabama. So why not go after LSU Head Coach Les Miles? @cjzero/Twitter The answer to that is easy--because he way to beloved in Baton Rouge to leave. Texas would throw plenty of money at him, but would they get him someone to carry his umbrella too? Even Saban doesn't have an umbrella guy! Money can buy a lot of things, but it might be kind of hard to find someone willing to get paid to carry an umbrella for Les Miles. Then again, you don't have to pay interns anything... Loading...
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