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Texas once again has suffered another humiliating defeat thanks in large part to the amount of yards that the team has let up on the ground. Ole Miss went on to win over Texas with a score of 44-23. Texas did have a lead going into halftime with a score of 23-17 for what it is worth. This was the first game post-Manny Diaz. Greg Robinson took over defensive coordinator-duties as the unit still showed the same struggle it showed against BYU when the Cougars rushed for 550 yards (the most Texas has ever given up in a single game). Texas has an inability to stop the run so Ole Miss was able to rush for 272 yards on Texas. Rebels senior running back Jeff Scott rushed for 164 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. Also noteworthy was that Texas starting quarterback David Ash missed the game. Case McCoy got the nod and completed 24 of 36 passes for 196 yards and a lone touchdown. He also added 14 yards on five rushes. “We’ve got a new start next week,” said Brown. “We’ve got Kansas State. W...
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