According to thebiglead.com, Texas's 74-year old athletic director DeLoss Dodds will be stepping down Tuesday. He has been in his position since 1981. A move like this does not bode well for coach Mack Brown's future. I'm sure a new AD will want to start over with his people. What do you think?
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I don't think Mack Brown wants to be AD. He sure does blow at head coach as of late.
Reply50 months
Not stepping down until next academic year. Not only does he get to douse kerosene on the dumpster fire, but he gets to light his feces in it too.
Reply51 months
Cutting off the head of the snake...He is the first who has to go. This comment alone should gotten him fire: “We’re going to have good years again,” Dodds promised. “Our bad years are not that bad. Take a school like Missouri. Our bad years are better than their good years. But we’ve created a standard.” Yet Texas has more resources than any other college and has produce crap!
Reply51 months
Obviously. Mack Brown will be the new AD
Reply51 months
Possible that he is stepping down for Mack Brown to take his spot?
Reply51 months
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