Some interesting news surfaced in the baseball world on Monday. Shortly after the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament field was announced, the Texas baseball program announced Augie Garrido would no longer lead the team.
The Longhorns capped off a disappointing 25-32 season, which led to the legendary coach being reassigned within the athletic department.
Augie Garrido has accepted a position as Special Assistant to Athletics Director. https://t.co/lcPuiML6Qy
— Texas Baseball (@TexasBaseball) May 30, 2016
BREAKING: @Texas_Baseball HC Augie Garrido has been reassigned to another job in the athletic department. #HookEm
— Kendall Rogers (@KendallRogers) May 30, 2016
Garrido began his time with the Longhorns in 1997.
Garrido finishes his career with 1,975 career wins and five national championships.
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