I hope he turns it down. Texas hire chronicles would be fun to watch.Once Herman started headbutting some of his players in pregame, you knew it wouldn't be long. Good OC but doesn't have the personality to run a high profile program and I doubt he fit in with the country club vibe at Texas. Made some brutal coordinator hires too.
Sounding like Sark may have turned down the Texas job per David Pollack.
While some would agree with you based on his record and such, others certainly don’t. Word is he is not very liked on that campus from admin to players. He also hasn’t handled all of the athlete equality and social justice issues very well. It has been a fire storm down there. One of the reporters who covers Texas was on Bill King’s show a few weeks ago. He basically predicted this back then. In addition, Herman hasn’t been able to keep enough of the in state prospects home. He just had top 5 star QB from in state flip to Ohio State.Herman should have definitely been given another year.
The strange thing about the Sarkisian hire is that he was pretty average at Washington. I don't think he did a bad job at Washington. It was total rebuild (he was sort of like our Jerry Kill and Peterson was like our Fleck.).Tom Herman is Christobal Part II, head coaches who never should've been fired. How do you fire Herman to hire Sark? Doesn't someone Matt Campbell or above have to be the hire if firing Herman?
If you think Alabama's offense is conservative I don't think you've been paying attention to them.Sark. A retread of a nothingburger HC.
Don't get me wrong, he passed Nick Saban's "come be my OC, and look great doing nothing in a conservative offense that can do no wrong because our players are just better than everyone we play" program with flying colors. Just like Lane Kiffin and Mike Locksley.
Obviously they wanted Urban, but he had no interest in a program like that.