Greg Robinson was hired by the Texas Longhorns Wednesday as some kind of analyst in their player personnel department.
Greg Robinson, who went 10-37 in four years as the head coach of the Syracuse Orange football team, so decimating the program that his successor was deemed worthy enough to become an NFL coach just by getting to a .500 record.
Greg Robinson, who went to Michigan where he proved that, without top-level athletes, he's not actually all that good at the thing he's supposed to be good at.
Greg Robinson, who did this.
That Greg Robinson.
Now, enjoy this collection of Texas fans and pundits talking themselves into the value of UT hiring Greggers.
Great hire. RT@BFeldmanCBS Greg Robinson, a former #Texas DC, has been hired as a football analyst at UT in the personnel dept.— Travis Wimberly (@TravisRW) July 17, 2013
Mack Brown's hire of former Texas DC Greg Robinson as a football analyst adds an important resource for Manny Diaz.— Chip Brown (@ChipBrownOB) July 17, 2013
Big hire. MT @MBTexasFootball: Former UT co-DC Greg Robinson has been named football analyst at Texas. http://t.co/37KIW6zGrm— 40 Acres Sports (@40acressports) July 17, 2013
I like this hire A LOT RT @BFeldmanCBS: Greg Robinson, a former #Texas DC, has been hired as a football analyst at UT in the personnel dept.— Waldo Gonzalez (@gonzowaldo) July 17, 2013
Greg Robinson is a nice hire for Texas on the recruiting side. Should help pull in some of the defensive guys on the fence down the road.— Kris Hughes (@Kris_Hughes) July 17, 2013