Found October 10, 2013 on Tireball.com:
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getty A loss on Saturday could force Mack Brown out at Texas but the head coach of the Texas Longhorns is not going down without a fight. In a rally on Wednesday night, Brown got fired up and took his shirt off. It was not exactly Hulk-Hogan but hey…. if the Longhorns pull off an upset against Oklahoma there will be plenty of chants for him to do it again. Currently Oklahoma is a 14 point favorite against Texas.
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