A few weeks after Brown openly complained about the many problems created by The Longhorn Network now he is talking about the rude "Horns down" so openly displayed by fans who don't care about the University of Texas-Austin, including some fans in Lubbock over the weekend.
Since when is "horns down" the equivalent to the middle finger?
According to a Twitter message from longtime Austin-American Statesman columnist Kirk Bohls, Brown said: "The horns down is disrespectful. We ought to talk about that as a league."
A league? Like hell. This needs to be talked about as a country. Some sort of legislation should be on the national ballot for the Nov. 6 election. This is much bigger than anything the Big 12 has to deal with.
1. Job creation/economy
2. Peace in Middle East
4. Horns Down
5. Health care (if time allows)
Budget shortfalls? Not a problem, provided the Longhorn Network funnels you and your school that cash. Then complain about the responsibilities that come with $300 million over 20 years.
Horns down? My God ... do something!
The way the University of Texas and de facto commissioner DeLoss Dodds act do not be surprised if a measure is passed by the Big 12 that states no cheering for schools other than Texas.
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