On the heels of ranking 59th nationally in total offense (albeit much worse when it came to scoring passing efficiency, and turnovers), Texas offensive coordinator Greg Davis is reportedly out after after fifteen years of working under Mack Brown.
Texas fans have been calling for the head of Davis and his "horizontal offense" for years, although I think coordinators often make easy targets and can be unfairly over-criticized (see McNulty, John) at times. There's bad, and then there's Gary Crowton-bad. Davis at least had the excuse of having to replace Colt McCoy this year, but somebody had to take the fall for 5-7.
While the athletic culture is clearly different in Austin than from Piscataway, it would be telling if Rutgers did not see similar changes after the season with the team's offense currently ranking 107th nationally. Texas acted quickly, and I think Rutgers likewise has to follow their lead both to get a crack at the best candidates, and to restore confidence that player development is in good hands.