AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Tom Herman’s first game at Texas was a dud, a home loss to Maryland punctuated by a smattering of late boos and debris tossed on the field from the crowd.
His message on Monday was a plea for some patience and a promise that all those breakdowns in a 51-41 defeat can be fixed.
“I get it. They are disappointed. They want the Longhorns to win and do well. So do we,” Herman said Monday. “We are building for the long haul. These nine months of training wasn’t just to beat Maryland. It was to instill and solidify a culture and way of doing things. … Did I think we were ahead of where we showed on Saturday? Yeah, I did.”
And unlike Kevin Sumlin down the road at Texas A&M;, where a school regent called for Sumlin to be fired after the Aggies blew a
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