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I want to believe...I want to believe...I want to believe. I'm just so punch drunk now I'm hesitant to get my hopes up anymore. I think it's time to implement the "Rope a Dope" strategy and just weather the onslaught. Body blow!....Body blow!

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There's also a report that says he hasn't...from the AAS

Applewhite has made no plans


By Kirk Bohls

Texas offensive coordinator Major Applewhite told the American-Statesman that he has not resigned as has been speculated on the Internet recently and is simply waiting to see what options he might have.

"That's all nonsense," Applewhite said when asked if it was true he had stepped down from his position on former coach Mack Brown's staff. "It's not true. I'm just weighing my options right now."

Applewhite, a former Longhorn quarterback and assistant on Brown's staff who was elevated to offensive coordinator after Bryan Harsin resigned to take a job at Arkansas State a year ago, said he will be paid his salary through August. His base salary was $600,000, but he made more in incentives. Until then, he will remain in Austin and field any offers that might come his way.

Applewhite, 35, said he has not been offered any job yet.

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To clarify, this is just one person's opinion - and he is not directly involved with the hiring process. He is certainly closer than any of us but he is just speculating based off of what he knows and how he feels, nothing more.


It appears you have come connection to major. I assume his opinion is based on more than speculation?

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