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The Longhorn Republic looks into the coaching changes

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We discuss the coaching changes on the defensive side of the ball, as well as get some insight into Mike Yurcich.

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The coaching situation for the Texas Longhorns football team continues to change as interviews take place with the new coordinators. Reports came out Wednesday that interim defensive coordinator and safeties coach Craig Naivar is moving on, while defensive line coach Oscar Giles would remain for the staff. That means that at least one coaching spot is filled with three left to go for new defensive coordinator Chris Ash.

On the offensive side, new offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich did not call plays for the Ohio State Buckeyes, but ran the show for six years for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. We welcomed in Phillip Slavin of Cowboys Ride for Free and the Ten12 Podcast to give some insight into what fans should expect from Yurcich.

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