October 29, 2012

Talk of Mack Brown’s Job Being in Jeopardy May Be Premature

When Texas head coach Mack Brown looked on the schedule after last week’s win over Baylor and saw the one win Kansas Jayhawks were next he likely breathed a sigh of relief. There is no way that the Jayhawks belonged on the same field as his boys.

Wow, did Kansas head coach Charlie Weis prove otherwise!

The Longhorns looked nothing like a team that put up 56 points against Baylor or 66 on Ole Miss or even 45 (be it in a losing effort) on West Virginia. Instead, they looked a lot more like the team that put up 21 on Oklahoma. Thankfully the Jayhawks played nothing like the Sooners and his Longhorns were able to escape with a win.

Rather than be glad that his team did get the win Brown knows that barely beating a team that his was favored to beat by 19 points will only intensify the calls for his job...

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