One of the best head coaches to ever roll through College Station joined the program on Wednesday to promote his charity golf tournament, and trade a few thoughts on what he misses most about coaching, what Bear Bryant taught him, what he thinks of the Aggies chances this year and whether the Texas rivalry should be renewed.
When DCTF's Matt Stepp broke the news that the DeSoto school board may be attempting to non-renew state title-winning head coach Todd Peterman, all hell broke loose. A long night ended with more questions than answers, so here's our entire recap of the situation and where it currently stands.
Lots of high school coaches are settling into new jobs around the state this spring, but a few are walking into tougher situations than others. Part of that group can chalk the difficulty up to lofty standards they now have to live up to as the new boss. We take a look at a few of the tougher win-now jobs in Texas.
Once again, this may be one of the most exciting classifications in the state, with a number of good teams capable of winning a state championship. With Bremond rebuilding, things get even more interesting.
There's a new head Marlin in Houston and he's well aware of the tradition and standards set by the man most famous for sitting in the chair he now occupies. We talked to him about Ray Seals, his coaching experience and what he expects from his team in 2017 and beyond.