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The cameras at the Texas Longhorns vs. Baylor Bears college football game panned on Natalie Portman in all her low-cut lace top hotness last night. See the pic after the jump. And the web exploded. The screen shot got everyone in the blogosphere and twitterverse buzzing about how hot the MILF truly is.
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Natalie Portman made an appearance at the Texas Longhorns vs Baylor Bears game on Saturday night. Needless to say, the 31-year old actress stole the show. Texas won the game, by the way, 56-50 in a shootout for the ages.Credit to the Big Lead for the GIF.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Texas coach Mack Brown once welcomed the Longhorn Network. Now he sounds as though it's become a headache and a window for opposing coaches to get an unfair peek into his program.
"I didn't ask for it," Brown said Monday, noting he's worried that the six hours a week he spends taping three television shows and the network's access...
The Texas Longhorns played their first game of the season yesterday, matching up against the Sam Houston State Bearkats in a fall ball scrimmage at Disch-Falk Field. Using a lethal combination of hitting, bunting, and speed on the basepaths, Texas defeated the Bearkats 9-3. It was a far cry from the frustrating and often futile [...]
AUSTIN — It was the first Must Win against Baylor for the Texas program in the Mack Brown Era. And it only took seven rushing touchdowns by the Longhorns, five by Joe Bergeron, and a Mike Davis awakening to do it. Texas (5-2, 2-2) scored 21 consecutive points in the middle of the 2nd quarter to take [...]
And all the Longhorns are evaluating now are wins...
That's, probably, the healthy way to look at things since the kids under Manny Diaz have stopped playing defense in Austin...
The latest evidence was last night playing another team that has stopped playing defense a few years ago in Baylor...
Here's how the game started...
By the end of things...
From a strong defensive period for the Longhorns to notes on Joe Bergeron and Josh Turner, here are three thoughts on Texas's 56-50 win over Baylor.