As UT's president I'm not sure Fenves foresaw being in this situation this year. In many ways he's not prepared for any changes that may need to be made, be it with the AD or the head coach. In other ways, he's more than prepared and qualified. Let's break down the situation he's in, and by extension, you the fan.
In this edition of inside the Humidor the Big Cigar comes out guns blazing over some rumor and innuendo regarding realignment and conference adds. He’s also got some insight on where this team sits from the coaches’ perception as we head into two-a-days. Finally, our eye in the sky has some team lifting number that you won’t want to miss, inside the Humidor. Team Chemistry/Unity/Pulse—(insert platitudes and clichés here)
Today on Inside the Humidor we continue with summer workout information. Not much new here, but at least it seems the kids are fighting through the wall they seemingly hit last week. We’ll also talk a little bit the offensive depth chart. Not much news here but all eyes are on Patrick Hudson to see if he can make some noise and shake up the depth chart a bit. Finally, there’s a tidbit on the AD that you won’t want to miss as we continue the dog days of summer.
AUSTIN -- In the press conference introducing new Longhorn head baseball coach David Pierce, a variety of emotions filled the room. Athletic director Mike Perrin beamed with pride about the third revenue sport hire in as many years.
In this mini edition of Mondays in the Humidor we’ll give you an update on the strength and conditioning workouts the players are currently going through on the 40. We’ll also have a couple of depth charts items to watch. Sorry for the brevity, but there isn’t much currently to report on the football side of things, so we’ll leave you with these tidbits inside the Humidor.
In this edition of Mondays in the Humidor we’ve got some good team information all things considered as we head into the dog days of summer. While the offense should be feeling its oats coming off a stellar spring, the unit is not without serious concern. We’ll tell you what is keeping Sterlin Gilbert and company up at night and it’s not the quarterback position.
The headlines use the word "flirting" when discussing possible discussions between the Big 12 and a list of suitors who would love to maneuver themselves into a Power Five conference. It certainly makes perfect sense for the non-Power Five schools to flirt their way to the big buffet table of money: revenue generated by the big dawgs in the big conferences is obscene. Everybody wants a big piece of the green pie.
In this edition of Mondays in the Humidor we’ve got more depth chart news that you won’t want to miss. In other news, there’s not much on the workout front as the coaches gave the kids a bit of a respite this last week. Finally, the Cigar talks “a little” about the subpoena issued this weekend regarding Coach Strong. We’ll tell you as much as we possibly can as per usual inside the Humidor.
In this edition of Mondays in the Humidor we’ve got some information on team workouts and if you are paying close attention, it provides a window to which players the coaches consider to be leaders on this football team. The Cigar also has some information on the growing quarterback debate…is it Shea Morenz? James Brown? Or someone else no one has ever heard of, like say, Major Applewhite?