Tom Herman has done this before. In his opening press conference as the new head coach of the Texas Longhorns, he ripped Charlie Strong a new one. Now, just over a year later, he’s throwing some serious shade at the former Longhorns head coach once again. On Tuesday as the Longhorns prepare for their Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl matchup against Missouri, Herman was at the podium. He was asked what he’s learned in Year 1 as the head coach at Texas, to which he responded, “That three straight losing seasons takes its toll on kids, it really does,” per Brian Davis of the Austin American-Statesman. To Herman’s point, Strong did go 6-7, 5-7, 5-7 during his three years at Texas. After saying that, Herman lamented the fact that he’s had to “reprogram” a lot of the players on his team.
Tom Herman laments having to ‘reprogram’ Texas players after three years of losing
Sportsnaut | Dec 26