Houston Coach Dana Holgorsen Makes Blunt Comment After Latest Loss

The Houston Cougars fell to 2-3 Friday night after losing to Tulane, and Dana Holgorsen changed up his tone a bit.

Previously, the head coach of the Cougars previously said he was “tired” of dealing with many aspects of the team following a win over Rice.

Now, he wants the fans and media to know nobody is blameless after losing to Tulane 27-24.

“There is enough blame to go around,” Holgorsen explained as the Cougars struggle to remain competitive in 2022.

This sure is a bit of a different tone than the one Holgorsen took when he ripped into his team less than a week ago.

He went from being “Tired of yelling at them. Tired of motivating them. Tired of all that crap” to “There is enough blame to go around” in just a few days.

Maybe he realized publicly flaming your entire squad isn’t a great way to win anyone’s loyalty. Problems should always be handled behind closed doors.

Once issues make it to the media, something has gone very wrong.

Dana Holgorsen reacts to Houston falling to 2-3. (Photo by Ken Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Best of the luck to the Cougars the rest of the way. Judging from all the chaos surrounding the program, Houston is going to need all the luck they can get.

Written by David Hookstead

David is a college football fanatic who foolishly convinces himself every season the Wisconsin Badgers will finally win a national title. Has been pretending to be a cowboy ever since the first episode of Yellowstone aired.

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  1. I agree. Plenty of blame to go around. Starts with Tillman Fertita for making this hire. His influence over the University is far above what it should be for a guy who never attended a class there.

    The money he’s put into the University is a blessing to the student body, but his hiring of Holgerson was a disasterous mistake. UH saved WV having to fire him.

    Coach O was in town last night and in the stadium. Fertita could have made the hire happen.

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