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Randy Maltz is a die-hard sports fan, with passion for the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Longhorns. He is Founder & Editor of Silver and Blue Report and Hook 'em Report. He still idolizes Roger Staubach and Tom Landry.

Cliff Notes for Mack Brown
By Nicco Martinez – Featured author at Hook’em Report and Silver and Blue Report

If I were President William Powers, AD DeLoss Dodds, and HC William Mack Brown all rolled into one, where broad decisions could be made with the sweep of a brush-stroke, then I would artistically fill up the canvas with change. Below is a list that I have compiled of the some of the best dynamic minds currently working the gridiron. Here is the short list where I would start, conducting meets with these intelligent, high-energy individuals to see if a relationship between Mack Brown, the Forty Acres, and the right, bright candidates can be bumper crop fruitful.

Disclaimer: I am not a part of UT Athletics in any way however I am a UT grad in Sports Management and would enjoy seeing my Longhorns quickly ascend to their rightful place in the conference.

Nicco’s Coaching candidates for the University Of Texas

Current Coach

Decision Replaced with:
Mack Brown, Head Coach Keeper
Greg Davis, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks RESIGNATION LETTER or a desk job reassignment Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks:

1] David Yost, Missouri (also recruiting coord w/ 30 Texans on Tigers roster)

2] Mark Helfrich, Oregon

3] Bryan Harsin, Boise State

4] Gus Malzhan, Auburn

5] Dana Holgorsen, Oklahoma State

Major Applewhite, Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs Option to be reassigned to WRs Assistant Coach/ Running Backs

1] John Settle, Wisconsin (former Mack Brown player)

2] Robert Gillespie, Oklahoma State

3] Clarence McKinney, Houston (recruiting coord/ former Houston Yates head coach)

4] Jemal Singleton, Air Force

Bobby Kennedy, Assistant Recruiting Coordinator/Wide Receivers RESIGNATION LETTER Assistant Head Coach/ Wide Receivers:

1] Major Applewhite

2] Gunter Brewer, Oklahoma State

3] Todd Schonhar, Stephen F Austin

4] Darrell Hazell, Ohio State

Bruce Chambers, Recruiting Coordinator/ Tight Ends Keeper IF Bruce doesn’t pan out then:

1] Bruce Walker, Missouri (TEs, Co-Off Line, recruiter assigned to Dallas/north Texas)

Mac McWhorter, Associate Head Coach/Offensive Line RESIGNATION LETTER Assistant Coach/ Offensive Line

1] Dan Roushar, Michigan State

2] Chris Strausser, Boise State

3a] Chris Coulton, Navy (Amanda, athletic trainer)

3b] Ashley Ingram, Navy

4] Spencer Leftwich, Tulsa

Will Muschamp, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Keeper – Reassigned to DBs Assistant Coach/ Linebackers:

1] Randy Shannon, Miami

2] Kenwick Thompson, California (recruiting coor)

3] Todd Tademy, TCU

4] Ron Burton, Air Force (former Mack Brown asst & former Dallas Cowboy)

Will Muschamp, Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Backs
Oscar Giles, Assistant Coach/Defensive Ends Keeper
Mike Tolleson, Assistant Coach/Defensive Tackles/Special Teams Coordinator RESIGNATION LETTER Assistant Coach/Defensive Tackles:

1] Charlie Partridge, Wisconsin (also coached special teams and been a recruiting coordinator)

2] Brick Haley, LSU

3] Bo Davis, Alabama

4] Ron Burton, Air Force (former Mack Brown asst & former Dallas Cowboy)

Duane Akina, Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Backs Keeper – Reassigned to Special Teams
Duane Akina, Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator
Ken Rucker, Director of High School Relations and Player Development Keeper
Cleve Bryant, Associate Athletics Director/FB Operations RESIGNATION LETTER Opening:

Co-Associate Athletics Director/FB Operations

1] Mike Vollmar, Alabama

2] Mike Sinquefield, TCU

3] Josh Brooks, Georgia (w/ Muschamp at LSU)

George Wynn, Assistant Athletics Director/FB Operations Keeper – Reassigned Co- Associate Athletics Director/FB Operations
Nicco Martinez, Assistant Athletics Director/FB Operations (:  [if you don’t toot your own horn . . . ]

FYI: Hawaii WRs coach Mouse Davis is a football g-o-d . . . too bad he’s 418 years old . . .

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