So Coach Hester has gotten out a year early, understanding the handwriting on the new AD’s to-do list, and landed on his feet back in Tejas.
Good for him. There was no growth potential here, no way to impress other head coaches, no avenue to add to his bona fides.
Sadly he is the only one on staff who offers any attraction to other D-1 programs because of the record SJS has achieved and certain other matters.
Well is wished to him.
The straightjacket has been removed.