The Kansas Jayhawks and head coach Les Miles agreed to part ways this week.
That means Kansas has an open head coaching gig. Per Athlon Sports, among the best guys for the gig is recently fired Texas Longhorns head coach Tom Herman, who’s currently an offensive analyst in the NFL for the Chicago Bears.
“While Herman’s tenure didn’t work out at Texas, he’s due for another chance to be a head coach in college football,” Athlon Sports writes.
It would be an interesting offseason development.
WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS
Austin American-Statesman: Bohls: Smart supports players engaging social issues
Austin American-Statesman: Golden: Has ‘Eyes’ committee changed anything?
Dallas Morning News: With the release of extensive report on ‘The Eyes of Texas,’ UT knows how its football team reacts will be crucial
Inside Texas: Burton: Insight from a former player
Inside Texas: Texas packed its pitching for series win in Houston
ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION
247Sports: Texas one of the schools standing out for 2022 DE Omari Abor
247Sports: Longhorns in the hunt for elite 2023 cornerback Tony Mitchell
247Sports: Texas making impression on rising DE Derrick Brown
Inside Texas: Recruiting Matters: Resetting the 2022 offer board
Inside Texas: An early look at the instate 2023 wide receiver class
Inside Texas: Tuesday recruiting notes: Cole Hutson, Jamel Johnson, Seattle Duo
BIG 12 BREAKDOWN
Dallas Morning News: Is this the year Baylor or another Texas school finally wins a Big 12 Championship?
WHAT WE’RE READING
Banner Society: Jeff Long doesn’t deserve to hire another Kansas football coach
SB Nation: The drop in the NFL salary cap is going to cause chaos
SB Nation: The 2022 aspect of Dak Prescott’s contract that is not getting a lot of notice
NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND
- Former Oklahoma Sooners head coach Bob Stoops is replacing Urban Meyer on Big Noon Kickoff this year, after Meyer accepted the head coaching job for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- 2022 Texas quarterback commit Maalik Murphy kicks off his junior season, shortened to just six games, this weekend in California.