Texas head coach Tom Herman blows a bubble during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Maryland, Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, in Austin, Texas. Maryland won 51-41. (AP Photo/Michael Thomas)

Justin Wilcox is one of six coaches who can say he has had a successful debut on Saturday.

The Cal head coach had to go cross country for the Golden Bears to post a 35-30 win over North Carolina. Other coaches who had succesful debuts were Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley, Ole Miss interim coach Matt Luke, Western Kentucky's Mike Sanford, Oregon's Willie Taggart and Fresno State's Jeff Tedford.

This season’s new coaches are 10-11 in debuts. USF’s Charlie Strong got things going last week as the Bulls defeated San Jose State. Cincinnati’s Luke Fickell, P.J. Fleck (Minnesota) and Randy Edsall (UConn) won on Thursday.

Texas' Tom Herman had the most anticipated debut of Saturday and became only the third Longhorns' coach to drop his debut after Maryland's 51-41 win.

Houston’s Major Applewhite will have to wait until next Saturday after his team’s opener against UTSA was postponed due to Hurricane Harvey.

Here is a look at all of this season’s new coaches:

School Coach Result
Baylor Matt Rhule Lost to Liberty
Cal Justin Wilcox Beat North Carolina
Cincinnati Luke Fickell Beat Austin Peay
UConn Randy Edsall Beat Holy Cross
Florida Atlantic Lane Kiffin Lost to Navy
Fla. International Butch Daivs Lost to UCF
Fresno State Jeff Tedford Beat Incarnate Word
Georgia State Shawn Elliott Lost to Tennessee St.
Houston Major Applewhite at Arizona (9/9)
Indiana Tom Allen Lost to Ohio State
Minnesota P.J. Fleck Beat Buffalo
Nevada Jay Norvell Lost to Northwestern
Oklahoma Lincoln Riley Beat UTEP
Ole Miss Matt Luke Beat South Alabama
Oregon Willie Taggart Beat Southern Utah
Purdue Jeff Brohm Lost to Louisville
San Jose St. Brent Brennan Lost to USF (8/26)
Temple Geoff Collins Lost to Notre Dame
Texas Tom Herman Lost to Maryland
South Florida Charlie Strong Beat San Jose St. (8/26)
Western Kentucky Mike Sanford Jr. Beat Eastern Kentucky
Western Michigan Tim Lester Lost to USC