As the Bru McCoy saga continues to unfold, Texas Longhorns players took to social media took to social media to express opinions about the state of the Texas program, seemingly in reference to McCoy.
All Big-12 safety Caden Sterns kicked off the commentary without naming names, but expressed his sentiments about those who do not want to be a part of the program.
This program ain’t for everybody— Caden Sterns (@CSterns_7) May 30, 2019
Other members of the 2018 recruiting class, including fellow defensive back B.J. Foster and running back Keaontay Ingram, added their support and echoed his sentiment.
Say it louder for the ones in the back ‼️ https://t.co/AYfPPRETkF— Thebjfoster (@nofear_2) May 30, 2019
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Redshirt freshman Keondre Coburn did not mince words as he added his thoughts about Sterns’ sentiments.
Plus we don’t kiss nobody a** https://t.co/lGluUKYn1h— Keondre Coburn⁹⁹ (@KeondreCoburn99) May 30, 2019
Even former players currently on NFL rosters chimed in. Former Longhorn All-American Malik Jefferson supported the statement, while fan favorite and Detroit Lions cornerback Quandre Diggs appeared glad someone expressed the sentiment.
not lying https://t.co/meKxkTMWIo— Malik Jefferson (@malikjefferson) May 30, 2019
finally lil bro! https://t.co/y1XCaSk0Vi— Nino (@qdiggs6) May 30, 2019
Regardless of what happens with McCoy, it seems as if younger members of the Texas program are ready and able to create and carry a winning culture into 2019 and beyond.
They will get their first chance to do so on Aug. 31 against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.