Found September 14, 2013 on Tireball.com:
Fresh off a stinging loss to BYU last week the Texas Longhorns find themselves unranked. Their opponents this week were the benefactors of that loss as the Ole Miss Rebels crept into the top-25. On Saturday the two will be playing each other at Darrel K Royal Stadium in Austin, Texas. Those wanting to watch the game will need to do so on the Longhorn Network. whomp whomp whomp. Texas fired defensive coordinator Manny Diaz after the loss to BYU but a second consecutive loss will start the near yearly chants for an exodus of head coach Mack Brown. The offense of Ole Miss is quick and figures to give Texas plenty of problems on Saturday. If Ole Miss can get their ground game working early it will be another long day for the Longhorns. The Texas Longhorns are a 3 point favorite against the Ole Miss Rebels. The over/under for this game is 64.5 total points.
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