Weiszer, who was one of a small gathering of reporters who met Searels at Ben Epps, said the coach was polite but had no comment.
It seems like both the right and the wrong time to move to Austin Texas. Football coaching positions are tenuous at best in Athens right now. They aren't much better on the Longhorns' staff.
But regardless of how this plays out, I appreciate Coach Searels. He's a good man with a great family. I don't think he got the most out of his players this past season especially. But I always appreciate hard work, and I'm sure he put plenty of that in.
Sometimes it's just the right time for a change.