Canseco believes he’s the man to replace Mack Brown
By Ray Hamill
Jose Canseco is not as dumb as he looks. Apparently he’s a lot dumber than that.
Of course, that’s only true if you actually take him serious, which no one can possibly do any more.
This week, Canseco announced to the world that he wants to replace Mack Brown at Texas after the long-time head coach steps down later this month, listing the ways he would make the program better and restore it to national prominence, including a wonderful proposal to join the SEC, which I’m quite sure would absolutely thrill Longhorns fans.
This is the latest endeavor for Canseco, who has never shied away from shouting his opinion to the world and pleading for our attention.
A few months ago he told us he wants to replace Bud Selig as commissioner of baseball, releasing his 10-point plan to improve the sport (which actually had 11 points), including juicing the balls and moving the league office to las Vegas.
And that’s not all.
Last year, he campaigned to become mayor of Toronto despite not possessing the necessary Canadian citizenship, only to top that recently when he was pulled over by cops in Texas with some goats wearing diapers in his car. (I’m not even going to hazard a guess.)
For someone who does absolutely nothing, Jose’s been awful busy lately, and that just might be good news for Longhorns fans.