There has to be more to the story on that. I imagine that the Head Coach and him were butting heads alot prior to the loss to Texas State. I'm sure this was an underlying problem before the game even begun. But WOW, talk about a short leash.
we could be seeing something similar at iowa with GDGD considering JVB and his passing offense went for only +104 yards against NIU on saturday (129 yards passing, -25 in sacks on 45 drop backs). pretty sad, but good to see at that toilet program.
Some people just can't give credit to the other team for preparing and playing a good game. Firing a coordinator just gets you another coordinator. It doesn't bring a Heisman finalist back onto your team, it won't make you the best offense in the country. Houston once found a way to lose a game with 40 first downs. Maybe Cougar High is just a glorified High School team who couldn't match the motivational genius of Dennis Franchione. Texas State already had a better conference lined up and a new rivalry with UTSA and the other third-tier schools in Texas. Welcome to the new Conference-WAC-Big-West-Whatever-it-is.
Even with off the field problems (if even true) that's stupid. 1 game is just not enough to identify a trend of a problem. If the offseason stuff was SO in the way that'd you be on that short of a leash: GET A NEW COORDINATOR IN THE OFFSEASON! I was actually really proud of Texas State. I kinda want them to do well this year because I chose them in my online dynasty (my friend chose UTSA) since they were both the worst programs other than UMASS to just join FBS football.
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