Mike Sherman was fired by A&M and I was thinking that he would make a good O coordinator. I live in Texas and Aggy fans are a little too high strung and think that they deserve to win every game. I thought Sherman did a good job of putting together a tough team. And although they recruit from Texas it is very difficult for them to get good recruits considering UT, TCU, Tech, Baylor and all the out of state schools such as OU and LSU. While there season was a bit disappointing considering all the 3rd quarter failures, I think if the ball would have bounced their way a little more they could have easily have been 9-3. It seems with all the 24 hour sports networks and the blogs coaches aren't given the opportunity to build a program anymore. People want a winner right away but we sometimes forget that there are really only 60 competitive football programs in D-1, and of those teams there are 10-15 elite schools that have what it takes to actually compete at the highest level on a year to year basis. With all the millions of dollars floating around football programs are becoming very cutthroat about getting their share of the money.
I realize I was rambling a little there, but I think "yall "(the new found Texas in me coming out) get my point. That is that we need to look at Mike Sherman and we really need to stay consistent with our coaching and let the Under Armor edge work its magic. I am not saying coaches shouldn't be held accountable but bringing in a whole new system every three years like A&M will never get us anywhere. We need to stay the course, expand the fan base and figure out how to get the kids from the DMV to bleed Maryland colors. Until then we will be just another ACC basketball school.