The University of Texas at San Antonio has officially confirmed the news that Frank Wilson has been hired as head coach.

Multiple sources are reporting that LSU running back coach and recruiting coordinator Frank Wilson is expected to take the head coaching job at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Some reports say that the deal could be done as soon as Thursday night.

By taking the job, Frank would owe LSU around $330,000 or 25 percent of the remaining salary on his contract, according to The Advocate.
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Wishing coach Frank the best of luck!!!!!
Reply69 months
Voice of reason? You're a fricking idiot.
Reply69 months
Thanks, Frank! God bless and good luck to you at UTSA!

The bright spot of all this is coaches will be drooling for the opportunity to coach our backfield. I'd be shocked if we don't hire a very suitable replacement.
Reply69 months
partywiththelombardi, you aren't the voice of reason, you are the voice of an a$$hole. Frank Wilson has done a great job at LSU and will succeed wherever he goes. Thank him, wish him luck, and let's welcome him back in a few years when he's ready to make another move.
Reply69 months
I guess I can be the voice of reason. That was stupid. Your retarded. Are you serious. You left LSU to be HC at UTSwhogivesafrick...You fricked yourself. You could have made the same money here..Handpicking a better spot in less than a year. Porter left and hasn't done shite since...you will miss the pipeline. UTSA has nothing for you to pitch...your so fricked...and I wanted you to succeed...you tard.
Reply69 months
Thanks for the hard work and dedication, Coach Frank. It's been a treat to have you on our staff for so long. That being said, you've earned it and your time has come so good luck!
Reply69 months
can we bring back Larry Porter. I'm sure LSU is better than UNC. Chapel Hill is full of d-bags.
Reply69 months
I don't know how much he is going to make but his current job at LSU has more visibility that a head coach at USAT.
Reply69 months
Oh no we suck again!!!

Not really, but this is a blow. Thanks for the hard work coach!
Reply69 months
I'm glad for him, but disappointed in a selfish way.
Reply69 months
Reply69 months
Timing is bad for LSU, but you certainly can't blame him!
Reply69 months
Thanks for all the hard work and best of luck Frank.You earned it.
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