Found October 21, 2013 on HornSports.com:
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Credit B/R Some interesting notes from the weekly Mack Brown press conference. Let’s dig in. Brown opened with prayers for Jermichael Finley, who was injured and spent some time in the hospital after a scary injury in Green Bay’s victory over Cleveland. Brown said the off week good for the team, players came back with a lot of confidence. He also said it was good for the players to see all the upsets, how much parity was in the sport, and how anyone can lose at anytime. Brown said the season was reset today, explaining the first three games were one season, then the bye, then the next three games were another season, ending with Oklahoma. The team now enters the third season of the next four games, and ends with season four being the last two games. Brown said it was a great weekend of recruiting, with all the coaches out on the road, and much being accomplished. He then spoke on how helpful the social media rules are pertaining to being able to tweet with kids all day. Brown said h...
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