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For Texas Longhorn Fans, the last three football season has been like riding in a roller coaster, which never seems to end. The latest news is the University of Texas athletic Director DeLoss Dodds, will retire at the end of the year, according to multiple sources.
He will move into an administrative role. This move could mean that Mack Brown is apparently on the way out and completely mean overhauling Longhorns athletics.
Dodds has been the Texas athletic director for more than 30 years, starting in the fall of 1981. Dodds collected 13 total national championships, including Vince Young’s BCS title in 2005. The football team has won seven conference titles. If Dodds really retires, then Mack Brown could soon see a pink slip with a big paycheck for his contract, which is through 2020.
In the Longhorns 40-21 loss to BYU last weekend, the Longhorns gave up 550 rushing yards. Within 24 hours, Manny Diaz was replaced by Greg Robinson. A much bigger change could happen after this football season.
Other Texas coaches could be on the hot seat also, like Men’s basketball coach Rick Barnes, who was hired by Dodds in 1998. Can Texas’ football team to turn its season around in Week 3 with Ole Miss?