He has come out of some great programs and he's been on some great defenses. He was at Alabama four years ago when they were No. 1 in the nation (defensively). He coached the secondary there. And he has great experience. He's been doing it the right way for a long time.
The quarterback part, to me, is secondary to him as a person. His background, being from West Texas, tough, unselfish, not spoiled ... he's a can't-miss guy, in my opinion.
We appreciate their loyalty and thank them for what they've done at the University of Houston.
Everything was clicking on both sides of the ball. ...and I think we rode the wave of momentum for a while. Then we kind of fell into a lull. We have to understand that we have to be good on every play.