While Eisenhower's coaching staff and football philosophy has changed, Eagle defensive lineman Paul Freeney's verbal commitment has not.
"Nobody new has really offered," Freeney, a four-star Texas A&M commitment, said. "But no one can really come in and change my mind. In fact, I'm going up to the game this weekend."
That has to be music the Texas A&M head coach Dennis Franchione's ears, after the decorated defensive end committed this summer.
"Our team right now is really having a tough time right now because we are going through a coaching change," he said. "We are putting in some new offensive plays right now so we should be straight by district play."
Freeney combines speed and size that college coaches covet on the defensive edge.
"The coaches up there want me to play straight defensive end, which I like," he said. "They haven't decided if they want to redshirt me my year or what. It doesn't matter to me."