Tom Herman has exhausted his go-to phrase all season long — “winning is really hard.”It’s been especially hard the last few years for the Longhorns who have been on the roster for three straight losing seasons. This year’s senior class has been through one of the worst stretches in the history of the program. Before Saturday’s win over West Virginia, Texas hadn’t been bowl eligible since 2014. “This whole goal was to get to a bowl game this year,” senior wide receiver Lorenzo Joe said.
Sam Ehlinger has shown Texas fans plenty of good and plenty of bad this season. One moment on Saturday, he tossed a beauty of a pass for a 50-yard pickup. The next moment, he evaded a would-be sack, turning a broken play into a positive one that left the West Virginia defense dazed and confused. And if you stuck around long enough, you saw Ehlinger throw a head-scratching pick-six that let the Mountaineers back into the game.
Tom Herman was brought to Texas to win. It is as simple as that at the end of the day. After three years of frustration under former head coach Charlie Strong, Herman was sought after by burnt orange brass to be the man to bring the Longhorns back to the promised land. But 10 games into Herman’s tenure, the promised land still feels like some long-lost acreage out in the middle of nowhere.
The "Shane's a much better passer" narrative is growing pretty weak. Sam's improved a lot in that department since San Jose State. Let's not make Shane out to be Sam Darnold, either. https://t.co/fAkbhYcI3h
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