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December 02, 2012


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"Playing in a bowl game is such a valuable experience for a young team," coach Mack Brown said. "The extra practices are critical in the development of our program, and it's a chance to get that ninth win and to finish the year on a good note."

I used to think Mack Brown was just being upbeat and optimistic when he would make statements such as this after getting hammered (yet again) by a top ten team, or going through (yet another) excruciating last second win over some last place and lesser talented team.

But I have to tell you that after watching Mack lead his Team through what is now the third disappointing season in a row, I will henceforth consider such comments from him to be purely delusional.

Mack, you've blamed your Team's annual shortfalls on virtually everything and everyone. I ask you that you now look deep into that mirror, Mack, for therein lies the true problem.

You have had a tremendous career at Texas, but the time has come to step down, Mack. Do the right thing for your Team and for all those millions of fans who love the Longhorns. Step down, sir. Please.

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