You have four choices:
1) Mack Brown, under whose leadership this team never seemed to improve very much from week to week. For the first time during his tenure at Texas, he was challenged, and has been found wanting. Can you blame the kids if they can't catch or throw but Mack still insists on playing them again and again? Can you blame Greg Davis if he can't call a play to save his life, but Mack still insists on letting him again and again? At the end of the day, shouldn't the guy who is paid handsomely to make the hard choices be ultimately responsible when he either refuses or is incapable of making those hard choices?
2) Greg Davis, master of the 5-yard bubble screen when we need 10 for a first down. What else needs to be said? If you're ESPN, you think he's the greatest thing since sliced bread. Not so much if you actually bother to watch and evaluate his mystifying playcalling game after game.
3) Garrett Gilbert, who seems to have regressed since being thrown into the national championship game. GG seems to only know how to throw a ball three ways: a foot above his receiver's heads, directly into their shins, or directly into the defender's hands.
4) The Entire Texas Team, every single 4-star and 5-star recruit, for not being able to catch, run, or seemingly tackle at various points in the year.
Who is Most Responsible for the 2010 Debacle?
Mack Brown (173 votes)
Greg Davis (138 votes)
Garrett Gilbert (29 votes)
The Team (112 votes)
452 total votes