Texas football apparently thinks coaches spending time rapping is more important than actually practicing.
Offensive line coach Herb Hand recently performed a terrible rap for the whole team, who went wild during his little circus act. I couldn’t understand a single word he was saying, but according to Busted Coverage, Hand sang Eric B. & Rakim’s ‘Microphone Fiend.”
You can watch Hand below.
Hold on one second. Let me pull up Texas’ record last season. Found it. They went 7-6. Hey, maybe a little less time spent on singing, and they Longhorns wouldn’t be barely above .500. (RELATED: SEC FANS DON’T LIKE TO USE FACTS WHEN DISCUSSING COLLEGE FOOTBALL)
I understand that a bunch of clowns are going to hop into the comment section and tell me that this is all about raising team morale. That’s a garbage excuse. You know what actually raises team morale? Winning more than seven games in a year.
Hell, win a national championship and you can sing all you want. Until then, I suggest focusing on the playbook a bit more and less on old songs. (RELATED: THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL WORLD SHOULD FEAR WISCONSIN FOR ONE SIMPLE REASON)
Does anybody honestly believe Nick Saban or Urban Meyer would ever grab a microphone and waste precious time and resources for a music performance? Absolutely not.
Hand’s performance lasted just over 40 seconds. That’s enough time to run two plays in practice. What’s more likely to contribute to a national championship? Two practice plays or Hand’s little song? I’m going to guess it’s the former.
Shape up, Texas. Otherwise, the Longhorns might soon be looking for some different leadership.
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