Texas Football: How former coaches fared elsewhere in Week 1

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Chris Rumph (Co-DC), Tennessee Volunteers

A former defensive assistant for the Texas football program is now with another orange blue blood team to start off the 2019 campaign. Chris Rumph is the linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator with the Tennessee Volunteers. After a loss to Georgia State in Week 1, Tennessee had one of the most embarrassing showings last weekend.

Brick Haley (DL), Mizzou Tigers

The theme of former Texas assistant coaches now at SEC East programs and losing in disappointing fashion to open the 2019 regular season continues. Brick Haley is learning under head coach Barry Odom with the Mizzou Tigers and had a very confounding loss to the Wyoming Cowboys on the road in Week 1.

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Tim Brewster (TE), North Carolina Tar Heels

There’s more than a dozen other former Texas assistant coaches that are now coaching elsewhere in the Division 1 ranks in college football. But Tim Brewster is an important one to highlight since he linked back up with Mack Brown with UNC. He should be a part of a bigger effort to ignite the Tar Heels passing game this fall after beating South Carolina in the season opener.