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Tom Herman's Post-Game Quote Already Defensive After Maryland Loss
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Texas was coming off a 7-6 season and a Texas bowl win before kicking off their 2018 season against Maryland on Saturday. When the dust cleared on Saturday the Longhorns lost 34-29 which left fans already calling for Herman's head. And this post-game from him probably didn't make them feel any better...
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Odd thing to say.

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IIxxBREADxxII68 months
Dodged a bullet with that hire
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willhigg668 months
I’m shocked that you have 18 upvotes and no down votes. I’m certainly no Ed O basher, but it’s conceivable that we would be in a better position with Herman. He would’ve been coming into a better situation than Texas as far as talent is concerned. Any way you cut it, too soon to declare him a bullet dodged
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eugene1928LSU68 months
Make excuses if you want, but Texas isn't lacking Talent, maybe wonder boy who is 7 and 7 now at Texas ain't getting it done. Frick herman
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nastytaco468 months
Willhigg6: Plenty of talent he inherited, a recruiting paradise, and was able to win big games with meager Houston but can't win the heavy favorited and small games like Maryland (two years in a row mind you). We had a taste of that last year, he continually cant do it on multiple occasions and in a weak conference. I am not feeling too bad right now on missing out on him.
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Nolaughingmatter68 months
Herman is a biatch
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Zeek68 months
He is right though, Maryland embarrassed them last year.
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ByUselves68 months
Lmao, and we ended up with the shrimp boat captain. Could be worse. Let's see what happens to Jimbo & the Aggots tomorrow.
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Gumbo168 months
frick Tom!
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Cracking68 months
Something's not right about that guy!?! This comment is no big deal and has nothing to do with me saying this, but he seems unstable. High-highs and low-lows type of coach. Seems like a great fit for a mid-major with decent talent like Houston or Boise St., but when he can't play the role of underdog, it looks like he struggles to motivate his team.
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Cracking68 months
full disclosure: I was hoping LSU would land him 2 years ago, and am now kinda glad it didn't happen.
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oleheat68 months
Sumlin 2.0
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