Chris Beard officially takes over at Texas and is all about one thing: winning

Chris Beard’s decision to leave Texas Tech for Texas had nothing to do with money. Both schools pay handsomely, and both would pay whatever it took. “You are correct. I don’t coach for money,” Beard said. “I coach to win. I want to win championships. I want our players to win. To me, that’s graduation, that’s winning in life. I’m all about one thing: winning.” (


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Chris Beard officially takes over at Texas and is all about one thing: winning

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