I think Jason Lensmier needs some credit for our turnaround. Never thought I would be so happy to be 2 and 2. I would say our biggest improvement has been our offensive line and Jason has a lot to do with that. He could be a very good head coach someday or even a position coach in the pros. He has a lot of passion and fire for the game and I think that translates to his guys on the line. I also think getting back to a tougher off season weight training and conditioning program has also made a difference. My understanding is last years guys have increased their strength and quickness and it shows. What i am hoping even having a little success this year will make a huge difference in landing good recruits in future years because there will be no doubt the coaches are turning things around.
It's still very early in the season, but we have already doubled our wins from last year (and previous seasons) and there is still pleanty of football left. Coach Alford turned us around in his first season and Coach Davie I am sure will do the same. With a depleated roster - a road win againt a good Aggie team, scoring againt some very good Texas teams - the differnce can already be seen! Great win Lobos keep it going - if we could shock Boise - wow that would really be something. GO LOBOS!
I am hoping that in 5-6 years if Davie hangs it up, that DeBesse gets the HC job and he promotes Lenz to OC. Then hopefully Lenz will be next in line to be our HC in the next 10-15 years... he is still very very young at 30 years old.
“They understand what we want. … Our drive is to cut down nets. Our drive is to size up for rings every spring.” - Steve Alford
I talked with Lenzmeir's Mom-in-law at the southern game. She said it isn't odd for him to work past 10pm. Lots of long hours for this staff. It is move to see them lead by example when it comes to work ethic. They are smart people and with this work ethic/coaching talent they can go far.
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