AUSTIN, TEXAS (AP) - Texas offensive coordinator Greg Davis has resigned and two other assistant coaches are leaving after the Longhorns’ first losing season since 1997.
Davis, who has been with head coach Mack Brown for 13 seasons at Texas, had been under fire all season as Texas finished 5-7 and didn’t qualify for a bowl. It was Brown’s first losing season since 1989.
Offensive line coach Mac McWhorter and defensive line coach Mike Tolleson also are leaving the program.
Texas spokesman John Bianco said Monday that Brown was not likely to announce replacements until after the bowl season.
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