That is why the Heisman candidate is relieved that the mid-January coaching shuffle, intended to jump-start what was one of Texas’ poorest rushing offenses in school history (No. 74 nationally in 2002 with just 135.5 ypg), has left his position relatively unaffected.
"I hate to play for another coach," Williams said. "I hate coaching changes. You bring in a new guy, and you have no clue who he is or what he does. Now, in the NFL, at the next level, I can handle that. But coaching changes are hard for me."
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