Tom Herman Won't Be Happy About Sam Ehlinger’s Answer To Question About Him
© Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
After Texas' heartbreaking loss at home to Iowa State on Friday, Longhorns QB Sam Ehlinger was asked about his coach’s future...

I would say that won't sit well with Herman.

(The Spun)
Filed Under: NCAA Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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18 Comments
Tuck Fexas
Reply2 months
Geaux Tom!!!
Reply2 months
That's not a shot at Herman at all - he said 10 years, they've had about 3 coaches in that time period. Perfectly valid point.
Reply2 months
I’m not a Herman fan but this was unnecessary coming from a graduating senior.
Reply2 months
Lol. Did it offend you? You’ve been in commiefornia too long.
2 months
Maybe Texas just isn’t good
Reply2 months
10 years?
Reply2 months
F Tehas
Reply2 months
He big time choked on the last play. Kind of rich trying to backdoor call out the coach.
Reply2 months
But they could beat Miss st and Mizzou. Not saying i want Hermann btw
Reply2 months
So what are you saying. We’ve won 3 titles and played for another in the last 17 years. This year sucks. It is what it is. Have some perspective.
2 months
Damn. Ehlinger went in dry on his own coach. That was as nice it could be put too.
Reply2 months
Herman will be fired and maybe Texas can send that wannabe Mr. alright, alright, alright packing too.
Reply2 months
I find the answer refreshing. The big cigar wielding alums will love it.
Reply2 months
We're baaaacccckkkkk
Reply2 months
LOL the biggest cash machine in college football is just a tad better than Tennessee over the last 10 years. Pee Wee just doesn't have it and we were blessed not to over pay this clown. If "they're back" with a record that hovers around 5 losses each year more power them. Still laughing
2 months
"Ehlinger asked" or "Ehlinger was asked." It makes a difference, even if was just a tweet.
Reply2 months
HaHa......Geaux 'short horns'!
Reply2 months
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