Herman conference call with media

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  1. Olehornfan

    Olehornfan 1,000+ Posts

    In his first conference call with the media since the coronavirus pandemic struck, Tom Herman shed a lot of light on life in the Texas football program moving forward with new rules, new staff schedules, new online classes and electronic visits with his players and, yes, a whole lot of ambiguity.

    Heck, he doesn’t even know IF there’s going to be a football season come fall.

    “Today is the first day of the new normal for us,” the Longhorns head coach said in an hour-long call with reporters on Monday afternoon.

    But we may also be seeing a new Tom Herman.

    And that would be a positive thing.

    Bohls: Crisis spawns a new, more relaxed, compassionate Tom Herman | Hookem.com
     
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  2. El Sapo

    El Sapo Bevo's BFF

    Herman may or may not be more friendly and likable but Bohls is still the same old hack.
     
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  3. WorsterMan

    WorsterMan 10,000+ Posts

    Hope so, but let's see if it's sustainable once the pandemic passes and we are back to football games....
     
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  4. MajesticII

    MajesticII 1,000+ Posts

    That may not be until 2021.....Will NCAA grant another year to players who don't opt for the NFL ? How many sports not named football and basketball will be cut from programs across the country ? Herman's demeanor is the least of anyone's worry right now.
     
  5. I_Dont_Exist

    I_Dont_Exist 1,000+ Posts

    Honest question. The last time you went to the grocery store did you stand six feet from the cashier when you paid?
     
  6. BurntOrangeLH

    BurntOrangeLH 2,500+ Posts

    Only when I could not get 10 feet away. Everyone gets a wide berth from me these days.
     
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  7. I_Dont_Exist

    I_Dont_Exist 1,000+ Posts

    Then I guess you or everyone else in.your immediate community must be starving to death.
     

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