Originally Posted by Cartman
sure if mack brown retires in the next 2 yrs if not another school will offer him the job, and more money
Why take over a shit program like Arkansas or Clemson for more money when you can take over the legacy that is Texas? I'm sure most coaches would rather wait it out while making $900k than go to a dead end program to make a couple mil only to be fired in 3 years after a few mediocre seasons.
This situation works for all parties involved for so many reasons: There will never be any coaching controversy when Mack announces he's thinking about stepping down, there will be no "rebuilding" period when the new coach takes over, no recruits breaking commitments because Mack stepped down and the new coach is unknown, etc.
Quote from Muschamp:
"When I first came here in January and my wife, Carol, and boys, Jackson and Whit, stayed back in Auburn, I got such a great feel for the community and people. When Carol and the kids moved here in May, they fell in love with Austin. If I would have left, I was would have left on my own because she was staying here. She really loves the community and the people, and our kids love their schools. It's just a special place and somewhere I want to be for a long time."
Sounds like he's here to stay.