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Brennan Marion Joins Texas, Says Goodbye to Pitt

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Texas made official what was being reported late Thursday night. Brennan Marion is the Longhorns new wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator.

Despite getting hired by his hometown team, Marion leaves Pitt after just one season. It’s likely that Marion leaving is related to him not being a candidate for Pitt’s vacant offensive coordinator position.

Following this announcement from Texas, Marion released this statement on Twitter:

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8 months ago

Goodbye…..whoever. You belong with the loser Horns.

Kowboygoc
Kowboygoc
8 months ago

The bagman dropped the 💰💰💰. The mercenary goes on with 4 teams in 4 years. If your not ready your not ready.🤔

Maz.1960
Maz.1960
8 months ago

Good luck with your new team. It will be easy to recruit a player after telling them that your history so far has been staying with the team for one year (with only one exception). I would trust my son to a mercenary.

Kevin
Kevin
8 months ago

Good luck! You may be a great coach, but I feel sorry for you in the fact that you are following the wrong path. You’ll learn loyalty is what life is about in the grand scheme of things. H2P!!!

Jason
Jason
8 months ago

I wish you had also told your grandmother that you would sustain it and see it through.

Realitychek
Realitychek
8 months ago

look at all these comments…there is no loyalty in college football, both from coaches and players. Transfer portal is running rampant and it’s very hard to keep a staff together. Dabo did it for years, but look at Saban, it seems like he loses coaches every year. He took the leverage he had and got a pay raise at a top 5 college football job (Duzz would go to Texas in one second) playing in front of 100k fans every week in the SEC. Either “homerism” has you, or you don’t understand how the business works (and it is a… Read more »

Mark Recker
Mark Recker
8 months ago
Reply to  Realitychek

Yes look at all these comments, all from the same mentally ill loser.

ReealityChek
8 months ago
Reply to  Mark Recker

I love that you have so little going on you reply to everyone’s posts. Rent free.

Mark Recker
Mark Recker
8 months ago
Reply to  ReealityChek

LMAO! Hilarious coming from you Sturg.

Maz.1960
Maz.1960
8 months ago
Reply to  Realitychek

Reality help … do you follow Pitt football and Narduzzi? Narduzzi was a long time assistant at Michigan State. When Dantonio retired Narduzzi was a primary candidate to replace him. If he would have returned it would be understandable. Similar to what Paul Cryst did when he returned to Wisconsin. Narduzzi stayed at Pitt, even though he had to have known what the salary increase would have been to leave. As far a loyalty, did you notice that the entire O-line is returning next year? Pitt is on the verge of becoming what they were in the late 70’s and… Read more »

Realitychek
Realitychek
8 months ago
Reply to  Maz.1960

I do know Pitt and Duzz…MSU certainly spoke with him but it’s not like he could just say “I’m coming give me the job”, they went with Tucker. As far as the O-Line, of course they are coming back, where are they going to go? None will play on Sunday, I suppose they could transfer but why when all but guaranteed a starting spot (mistake) at Pitt. And make no mistake, Duzz would leave for Texas in a heartbeat, just like he would for the other top jobs (Oklahoma, USC, LSU, Bama, Florida, etc.) There is no loyalty in college… Read more »

Last edited 8 months ago by Realitychek
Maz.1960
Maz.1960
8 months ago
Reply to  Realitychek

As a Pitt graduate from 40 years ago, I have been a Pitt fan since the early 1970’s. I will admittedly accept the label of “homer” but would not consider myself delusional. I do understand that college sports and especially football and basketball are a business and you do not see loyalty. This is true both for coaches and universities. I could only have wished Majors and Sherrill would have never departed. I also saw a Pitt guy in Wannstedt get pushed out. However, I feel we have a different feel at Pitt today. When Narduzzi was building the program… Read more »

Tyler M Minich
Tyler M Minich
8 months ago
Reply to  Maz.1960

I think he has already built a program that we can be proud of…and look at Pickett he could have transferred out but he didn’t and stayed as long as he could which is loyalty…it just sucks that at the end of the day it always comes down to it being a business instead of it being just a game

Tyler M Minich
Tyler M Minich
8 months ago
Reply to  Realitychek

There is some loyalty in college football man..narduzzi has been here for years now, but it’s a business and you can’t blame anyone for trying to make money….why even mention loyalty tho??? It doesn’t win games…let’s talk about the program Pitt is building right now cause its going to be an atleast top 25 program for a couple years at this point…transfers are coming in big time now and the acc is going to be wide open here for a couple of years now I’m so pumped for the next couple of years and I can’t wait to see what… Read more »

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