Texas is currently have a rough time of things. After an opening 56-7 win over New Mexico State, Mack Brown's program is in turmoil, suffering back-to-back blowout losses to BYU and Ole Miss, the latter at home.
Luckily, Willie Lyles is here to help! Lyles is a talent evaluator and scout based out of Houston who was implicated in NCAA violations at Oregon. He and Texas have had a rocky relationship for years now.
Another week another UT blowout. If your team, fans & alumni are ok with being losers it's cool. If you want to win again give me a call lol— Willie Lyles (@WillieLyles) September 15, 2013
Let Major know my number hasn't changed.— Willie Lyles (@WillieLyles) September 15, 2013
Major, of course, refers to Texas co-offensive coordinator Major Applewhite.
Lyles then got a bit silly, offering a fictional coaching service for the Longhorns to replace Brown, a play on the scouting service Lyles offered schools like, well, Oregon.
I want to introduce my new service. The Will Lyles Coaching Referral Service. It for AD's that fire coaches during the season.— Willie Lyles (@WillieLyles) September 15, 2013
It's 25,000$ per school. The Longhorns can be my first client.— Willie Lyles (@WillieLyles) September 15, 2013
The calls for Mack Brown's job have begun to rise to a loud roar, as the Texas faithful want a change at the top. At this point, the Longhorn fans may crowdsource the $25,000 and take Lyles up on his offer.