Sark Plans To Expand Texas' Robinson Role For Run Game

texaz

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Too bad that Herman had Bijan as a true frosh. It's understandable Herman tried to ease Robinson into the college game but when one looks at BR's averages and number of touches, one might get a hint at why Herman is gone.

At least Sark is intelligent enough to say, basically, "I am going to give my best offensive player the ball!'

Smart move, coach.
 

Matt Galatzan

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Too bad that Herman had Bijan as a true frosh. It's understandable Herman tried to ease Robinson into the college game but when one looks at BR's averages and number of touches, one might get a hint at why Herman is gone.

At least Sark is intelligent enough to say, basically, "I am going to give my best offensive player the ball!'

Smart move, coach.
Yea its a nifty idea isn't it? giving the ball to your best player. Usually leads to good things.
 

texaz

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Yea its a nifty idea isn't it? giving the ball to your best player. Usually leads to good things.
The concept appeared to baffle Herman... and not just at RB.

Man, Texas doesn't turn it around quickly-- as in this year better and next year better than that-- this SEC gambit could really backfire.

IMO, in 10 years Texas can't rebuild in B12, I doubt the SEC will haelp with that.
 

Matt Galatzan

Managing Editor/Publisher
Staff member
The concept appeared to baffle Herman... and not just at RB.

Man, Texas doesn't turn it around quickly-- as in this year better and next year better than that-- this SEC gambit could really backfire.

IMO, in 10 years Texas can't rebuild in B12, I doubt the SEC will haelp with that.
I think they're on the right track. I really do. Sark is the right guy for the job, and the SEC move is enough to give them that little bump in recruiting that they need. It won't be an easy road, but I think they can finally make it "Back" if they give Sark enough time.
 

texaz

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Hope you're correct. Kids still seem to want to see how Texas does in'21... so far, the move to the SEC hasn't seemed to herd kids towards "SEC' Texas.
 

Matt Galatzan

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Hope you're correct. Kids still seem to want to see how Texas does in'21... so far, the move to the SEC hasn't seemed to herd kids towards "SEC' Texas.
I think that’ll come. It just happened so I think you’ll start to see that affect the 2023 class than 2022
 
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