Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
According to ESPN, junior offensive tackle Kennedy Estelle was dismissed by Texas for violating team rules on Tuesday.

He is the ninth player to be dismissed this season by head coach Charlie Strong.

Estelle started at left tackle in Texas' season-opening win against North Texas but was suspended for at least three games on Sept. 3 along with fellow starting tackle Desmond Harrison for an undisclosed rules violation.

The 6-foot-7, 290-pound junior started nine games and played in 16 during his career. He took over the right tackle spot last season when Josh Cochran was lost to injury. He was also suspended for the Alamo Bowl last season after being ruled academically ineligible.

"They're not going to break another [team rule]," Strong said Sept. 8. "They won't be here if they break another one."
Sounds like Estelle broke another rule...
Filed Under: NCAA Football
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bayou2003116 months
Strong is a joke. This my way or the highway crap is not going to fly at big time FBS schools. Those recruits will start going to OU, OK ST, or other Texas Schools. Strong will be seen as the mean coach, don't play for him.
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betweenthebara116 months
I also hope they accept the 2-4 years of shite, and then another 3-5 years of on and so forth.
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TigerFanatic99116 months
I hope their administration will accept the 2-4 years of shite that will be on the field until he gets the shite out and a good group of guys in. I fear they won't. He's doing it the right way, but it's not going to be quick.
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