Perhaps it was code to a recruit who will soon be “flipping” to Texas or Tom Herman thought he had the No. 11-ranked class?
Whatever the reason, the Texas head coach decided to celebrate his 10th-ranked recruiting class by shooting the bird to Longhorn Network cameras early Wednesday, the first day of the Class of 2020 early signing period.
— Scott Scharfenberg (@dolphlong) December 18, 2019
After Texas’ 7-5 season, the three-year coach fired his offensive and defensive coordinators and subsequently lost a handful commitments, including Temple wide receiver Quentin Johnston who opted for TCU instead on Monday.
Texas announced the hiring of former Rutgers head coach Chris Ash as the new defensive coordinator Tuesday, who will more than likely hit the ground running when it comes to gathering commitments before February’s final signing day for the 2020 class.
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