Found November 23, 2012 on
Gary Patterson is another coach that might look good in burnt orange. Photo: Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me…. Or as Great White said “Once bitten twice shy.”
With a record of 8-2 and the TCU game looming the Texas coaching staff, players and fans had to feel fairly comfortable with where the team was after 10 games. The Horns had apparently jumped the wheels back on the track after the close loss to West Virginia and the subsequent blowout loss to Oklahoma. Likewise it looked like they had turned the corner at the quarterback position with David Ash living up to expectations. A Cotton Bowl berth was likely and a trip to a BCS Bowl was well within reach – all Texas had to do was take care of business against an inferior TCU team on Thanksgiving night.
Then the wheels fell off again.
A hungry Gary Patterson brought a 6-4 Horned Frog football team into DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium on Thanksgiving, losers of 4 of their last six game...
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Where does this Texas football team stand now? It’s an honest question that deserves an honest answer. Photo: Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE
The first non-Texas A&M Thanksgiving game couldn’t have gone any worse for the Longhorns. The team played from behind the entire night and was embarrassed on a national scale during a day when the entire nation was watching them self-destruct...
The Longhorns were plagued by turnovers tonight including a fumble by Texas Longhorns quarterback David Ash (14) in which TCU Horned Frogs defensive end Stansly Maponga (right) recovers during the second quarter. Photo: Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE
AUSTIN — Behind a daunting rush attack and forcing three first-half David Ash turnovers, TCU defeated Texas 20-13 at DKR-Texas...
What momentum Texas had generated by winning four straight games quickly vanished Thursday night and with it, any hopes of winning a share of the Big 12 title and claiming a spot in a BCS bowl game. TCU won the game, 20-13, and for most of four quarters looked like the better team. It simply wasn’t the Thanksgiving performance Texas had been hoping for. The same issues that have...
When Texas A&M packed up for the SEC last year, Texas decided it wanted to start a new Thanksgiving game tradition with new teams. Right now, the Longhorns may be wondering if some traditions are best left to run their course.
Behind a bruising running game – TCU attempted just 9 passes on the night – the Horned Frogs hammered out a 20-13 win over the error-prone ‘Horns...