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The Texas Longhorns are once again struggling to find ways to win in 2013. Is it time that the Texas Longhorns fire Mack Brown, or should he leave on his own accord?
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Hook me T…Will Texas be looking for a new coach by the end of this College Football season. You bet, and maybe even sooner. Here’s what our source tells us about who they’ll try to replace Mack Brown with, “Texas would offer Saban 10 million a year, plus he’d also receive 2 million a year from the Long Horns Network. They’re going to go after Saban hard” said our Texas...
Between yesterday's Tip Drill writing Mack Brown off like a drug user in a horror movie, our afternoon post highlighting his biggest recruiting failures, and casually suggesting The Longhorn Network should start covering Texas A&M on Twitter we've been going at Texas pretty hard lately. We long Austin and our Texas readership too much to risk losing you guys, so here...
The inevitable is the inevitable and reality is reality. And that's why it looks like Mack Brown is going to be fired as Texas' coach by the end of the season.
And I hedge with "looks like'' because I'm hoping, more than thinking, that there's a chance he won't be.
On Monday, amid rumors that Brown was going to announce his retirement, I asked him...
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- A Texas spokesman says junior quarterback David Ash practiced with the Longhorns on Wednesday after missing last week's game with head and shoulder injuries.
Ash is still being evaluated for Saturday's game against Kansas State. He left in the fourth quarter of Texas' loss to BYU two weeks ago. Because he still had concussion symptoms, Texas kept...
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David Ash is back practicing with the team on a limited basis and will be evaluated by the team trainers but his status for Saturday’s game against Kansas State remains uncertain. That means there is a strong possibility backup quarterback Case McCoy (senior) will get the starting nod against the Wildcats. Due to the disastrous start...
As the Texas football team prepares for Kansas State this Saturday at DKR-TMS, Mike and Matt host a couple of cool Kansas State cats on the show.
Brandon Starkey from WildcatVictory.com and @TheWildcatMask are special guests on this edition of the Orange Report.
Plenty of discussion about Mack Brown, the future of the program and all things Texas football.
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