Art Briles is a pioneering football mind who operated like most every other successful coach — in the murky, muddy grays, at the edge, constantly pushing, rationalizing and justifying chances and risks.
Art Briles is a pioneering football mind who operated like most every other successful coach — in the murky, muddy grays, at the edge, constantly pushing, rationalizing and justifying chances and risks. LM Otero AP
Art Briles is a pioneering football mind who operated like most every other successful coach — in the murky, muddy grays, at the edge, constantly pushing, rationalizing and justifying chances and risks. LM Otero AP

In time former Baylor coach Art Briles will deserve another chance

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