Found December 12, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Tommy Tuberville’s decision to leave Texas Tech for Cincinnati over the weekend took the college football world by surprise, but one particular group of young men were reportedly left scratching their heads more than the average person. One Texas Tech recruit, a prospective transfer named Devonte Danzey who played at Hutchinson Community College last season, says Tuberville left abruptly in the middle of a dinner with recruits on Saturday and never returned. Danzey told TexasTech.247Sports.com that he asked Tuberville and the Texas Tech coaches how long they intended to remain at Texas Tech, which he says is a question he asked other coaches during recruiting visits as well. Tuberville supposedly danced around the question and disappeared shortly thereafter. “I asked Coach (Charlie) Weis at KU and Coach (Dana) Holgorsen at West Virginia (the same question), just so I know my relationship with them,” Danzey explained. “(Tuberville) was just telling me he coached at Miami and Auburn, ...
BEST OF MAXIM
According to 247 Sports, Tommy Tuberville left 3 recruits at the dinner table in order to take the Cincinnati job. I’m sure these 3 guys feel pretty disrespected. It’s no secret that Tuberville was probably on the way out at TTU due to an incident of taking an assistant coach’s headset off in a dramatic fashion.
Tommy Tuberville left at least three recruits at the dinner table...
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YEP, STILL A THING
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