Y’all were wondering what this was about…
Just heard a bit of news that gives me a strong sense #Texas is going to close really well in the 2018 class.
— Super K (@SuperK_TFB) January 11, 2018
Bryan Carrington has been activated as the interim 10th coach. Carrington is an ace recruiter and I haven’t heard a bad word about him from parents, coaches, or players. He is credited with bringing together the current class and making sure that the commits stay/stayed solid. This should help in quite a few recruitments in swaying recruits to Texas as he’s so good that he’s rival signees have even fallen in love with him.
S/o to my boy @BCarringtonUT one of the realest i know
— Ronnie Perkins™ (@Legendary11_) December 22, 2017
His name was popping up all over the recruiting trail, and now that he’s on it, I expect Texas to really gain some momentum. This was a tremendous move by Tom Herman and should really give Texas a strong finish to the 2018 year.
Per Anwar Richardson, former A&M OC Noel Mazzone has joined Texas as a quality control coach. Herman was interested in Mazzone’s experience with different systems in the past and therefore brought him on board.
We are currently trying to confirm this report with the University, but have heard that it has happened. We do not expect that he will be moved from his role of QC to OC for Texas. This is a perfect hire as he has experience in multiple offenses, can break down film with the best of them, and gives Texas another OC mind for nothing.
Quick Texas notes. I am told former Texas A&M OC Noel Mazzone will join Texas as a quality control coach. Meanwhile, Texas Assistant Director of Player Personnel Bryan Carrington will serve as the program’s 10th assistant coach on an interim basis to help with recruiting.
— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) January 12, 2018