After four seasons as the Aggies’ head coach, Joe Moorhead has been replaced by Jim McElwain.
But he is not the only new hire the Cowboys have made this week.
“It’s a great place to be in football right now,” McElwarle said.
In the past, the Cowboys’ head coaches have had a clear vision of how they wanted to play.
However, McElware has a different approach, and his football philosophy is a departure from the team’s previous head coach.
The Cowboys have had several successful head coaches since McElwin took over as head coach in 2014, but this year, they are missing one of the best coaches in the game.
When asked what McElworth’s biggest difference was from previous coaches, McCloughan said he didn’t have one.
Moorhead is the first head coach the Cowboys hire from outside the SEC, and McElwan is the second.
But McElwaise has had some success in his time with the Cowboys, winning three national championships and two BCS titles.
McElwains predecessor, Jim McClay, won five national championships, two B1G titles, and two conference championships as a coach at the University of Georgia.
This season, the team will play in its first SEC championship game, which will take place in Athens, Georgia on Sunday.
After the championship game on Sunday, McGlennan said the Cowboys will look to the rest of the country for guidance.
They have plenty of that going on, he said.
“The guys are doing a great job in the classroom, they’re doing a terrific job in practice, and they’re building that foundation.”
McClougha, who is also the offensive coordinator at Texas Tech, was also the head coach of the San Diego Chargers from 2005 to 2010.
His teams were in the NFC West for eight seasons and won five division titles.
In 2017, he was hired as the head football coach at USC.
McClaren has been a defensive coach for seven years.
He had a winning record with the Trojans, going 11-3 in his first season, before falling to No. 3 Alabama in the SEC Championship Game.
McElware, who won a national championship with Georgia in 2013, had two seasons in the NFL.
He was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles from 2006-07, when he played in five games.
He was drafted by the Browns in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL draft.
McDougall spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Miami in the 2010s.
In 2016, he became the head basketball coach at Florida State, where he won two ACC championships.
McEllie spent two years as the offensive line coach at Alabama from 2005-08.
The Crimson Tide went 10-4 in his two seasons, but lost to Auburn in the Sugar Bowl.
During his two years at Miami, McEllie led the Seminoles to a national title.
McEllington, who coached from 2005 through 2011 at Notre Dame, spent two of his three seasons with the Fighting Irish.
He went 8-6 in his career, including the 2008 national championship, and won a bowl game in his only season.
McNeill spent four seasons at Auburn, winning two conference titles, three BCS championships, and three national titles.
He has a long track record in the ACC.
McNeil, who played for the Atlanta Falcons from 1993-95, spent three seasons as head basketball and football coach for Clemson from 2007-08, leading the Tigers to a pair of BCS championship games.
He won a Super Bowl as a member the Atlanta Superdome in 2006.
McNeilly, who was the defensive line coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2004-09, was the offensive co-ordinator for the Baltimore Ravens in 2012 and has a winning history at the school.
McNutt, who spent four years at Virginia Tech, won the 2012 national championship and was the school’s all-time leading rusher with 1,637 yards.
He has had two years in the Big East.
In the Big Ten, McNeilly is 6-5 in three seasons, while his teams have finished in the top 10 in the conference in five of his five seasons.
McNeal spent two and a half seasons as offensive coordinator and offensive line assistant for Cincinnati in 2016.
He led the Bengals to two bowl games, two consecutive trips to the BCS Championship Game, and was named to the 2016 All-Big Ten team.
McRann spent three years as offensive line coordinator and tight ends coach at Cincinnati from 2010-13.
He led the program to a winning mark in five seasons and was selected to the 2013 National Football Foundation All-America Team.
McShane spent four and a quarter seasons as a head coach at Virginia.
He coached the Cavaliers to a