Manny Diaz is out, and Greg Robinson is in as the Longhorns' new defensive coordinator. What that means for Texas remains to be seen.
Predictably, the reaction to Diaz's firing has ranged from "pleasantly surprised" to "irrationally overjoyed."
The response to Texas handing his duties over to Robinson, however, is a little more varied. Some are jumping for joy, while others are wondering what the waterboy has going on that is so much more important.
This is all understandable. Diaz had been terrible since he rode Will Muschamp's players to the best defense in the Big 12, and Robinson's past guarantees little more than an appearance on the field.
Perhaps this review of Robinson's dealings since the last time he was the Texas defensive coordinator will provide a little more clarity.