By JOE VOZZELLI
It took place in a living room before the 2005 football season.
Yet, Barrick Nealy remembers the conversation like it happened yesterday.
Nealy, the star quarterback who eventually guided Texas State on a deep FCS playoff run in 2005, sat on Tom Herman’s couch and forecasted what fate would befall the then-offensive coordinator of the Bobcats.
“We were talking about the future,” Nealy says. “I told him (Herman), ‘Man, you’re going coaching at Michigan one day.’”