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With Bryan Harsin’s de­par­ture as co-of­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor at Texas, his co-co­or­di­na­tor, Ma­jor Applewhite, will re­tain the ti­tle and coach the quar­ter­backs. He also as­sumes Harsin’s role as Texas’ pri­mary play caller.

Ian Shanks: “Re­tain” means they will ac­tively seek for a new OC … which I dis­agree with, I feel Ma­jor should get the full job of OC!!

Mike-Carol Davis Son­nier: Well, “Texas’ pri­mary play caller” doesn’t sound like good news to me. Hopefully he can hone McCoy’s skills or at least get Ash to learn how to move his feet.

Nathan Pin­son: By mak­ing him “pri­mary play caller” but not full OC, they have an easy scape­goat if Texas’ of­fen­sive pro­duc­tion is still sub-par. They will just re­place him and not ad­dress the real prob­lem.

Jim Cook: The com­mits are al­ready drop­ping, ex­pect more.

Scott Good­son: 2 OC’s and an as­sis­tant head coach for the of­fense. Too many chiefs.

Wil­liam Gar­zon: Ma­jor shouldn’t take this. … He de­serves a shot ei­ther here at Texas or else­where. I have a feel­ing we’re go­ing to have an­other Muschamp-like is­sue with Ma­jor in the near fu­ture.

Peter Parker: Too lit­tle too late. Get in­volved in the dis­cus­sion about the day’s news on

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