Continuing the series of looking at potential new coaches on this hilltop, we have had some interesting debate over some of the names on the last two versions of the list, while this list may seem far-fetched to some and kind of crazy to others, these are just names of potential candidates who could be interviewed. It doesn’t mean these guys are even really in the running, I am sure the real list will make it self-known at some point by the end of the season.
As I am continuing my look at coaching candidates, we are going to look at more names which may be known or unknown at this point. SMU has a long road ahead trying to find that best candidate to carry the Mustangs forward. But they can at least thank June Jones for bring the program back a respectable level. Maybe the next coach can get them to the next level and have them competing for a shot at a conference title. Continue readingPlease be sure to follow me on Twitter and Facebook
In the weeks after June Jones surprisingly resigned, there has been a lot of speculation over who could wind up being the next Head Coach on the hilltop. Right now, the Mustangs are in a deep mess and need to look at serious candidates who can bring in some the superb local talent and fire up a fan base which has been very slow to return. While it was a surprise to most within the program to see Jones leave, the coaching staff is working hard to turn this season around and make sure they can end on a high note. Interim Head Coach Tom Mason may be coaching for a full-time head coaching job, but there will be plenty of rumors about possible names to fill the spot vacated by June Jones. Continue readingPlease be sure to follow me on Twitter and Facebook
It has been a rough go for the NFL Commissioner as of late, it seems like every day is some new breaking news about something else to only help tarnish the shield. While he has been a tough commissioner to end off the field issues, it is this latest batch of domestic violence stories which have seemed to send him cowering into the corner.Twitter and Facebook
On a typical Saturday afternoon at Ford Stadium, it was a “moot” point to most fans in attendance the visiting Texas A&M Aggies would walk out of here with a victory. But the underdog Mustangs came out with a fire under their rear end to ignite some excitement from the mostly maroon clad crowd.Twitter and Facebook