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Making the pieces fit across the lines

For going on two years now we’ve known Texas had to strike oil on the offensive and defensive lines in the 2021 recruiting class. The materials are championship caliber across the board. There are plenty of edge rushers, offensive tackles, interior O-linemen, and grow 'em D-tackles. A good challenge, and one that Texas fans hope truly materializes, will be to make the pieces fit within class numbers.
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2021 Strategery

Let’s take a look at how the staff is operating this cycle. I’ll offer my unsolicited opinions along the way. While I defer to the professionals, especially since I’m not dealing with as complete information as they are, I think they tend to play things too cautiously and leave meat on the bone in each cycle. That approach benefits walk-ons and grad transfers the most.
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Fridays in the Humidor – 2/14/20

The new coaches and players are in that fun, get-to-know-you stage of a relationship. Unlike when Herman initially arrived with the University of Houston staff, these coaches aren't coming on nearly as strong. That could be the newness, that could be related to where we are in the football calendar, or that could be a sign that Herman doesn't want his coaches micro-managing as much.