I agree. By itself, losing to OU twice in a year wouldn't be a career-ender. But coupled with his overall record against them being 1-5 at that point, plus the loss to a horrible TCU team, plus the way everything was coming together for us this year - we returned most of our key guys and had a senior quarterback, OU lost many of theirs, and the whole conference was down; possibly it would. Last year he got a lot of leeway for 8-5 because we played eventual champion LSU well (better than OU, Clemson, Florida, or Georgia did) and had all the injuries. This year, he's going to get a lot less, even though I don't see a lot of examples of teams going up after firing a coach who went 9-3.