The Longhorns' disappointing 6–3 season closes against Colorado in tonight's Alamo Bowl; but is the program's future any brighter?
The most unpopular man in Austin will now be the most unpopular man somewhere else.
That's at 47 colleges, 4 NFL teams, and 2 high schools, according to some exhaustive reporting from ESPN. What, no CFL?
Well, you can if you live in Nevada, because Internet gambling is illegal. (Wink, wink.) But the betting odds can tell us that holding out hope for Jim Harbaugh is probably a sucker's game.
With DeLoss Dodds reportedly announcing his retirement Tuesday afternoon, it's time to speculate about the Longhorns job that's actually more important than head football coach.
With both USC and UT on the decline eight years after their BCS championship game, the firing of Trojans coach Lane Kiffin inspired lots of talk about Mack Brown and the Longhorns. And it also got tongues wagging in College Station.
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The Longhorns need to beat the Wildcats for the first time in five meetings, but the game's been overshadowed by more questions about Mack Brown's future.
Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express-News looks back on "the precise moment when UT transformed from a college football superpower into a bumbling, inept program."
Remember when "Longhorns, Inc." was on the cover of Texas Monthly? So do UT athletic directors DeLoss Dodds and Chris Plonsky.
Longhorns redshirt freshman quarterback Connor Brewer was arrested by University of Texas police over the weekend, which means the details made it into everybody's favorite campus police blotter.
The Aggies own the college football weekend, upsetting top-ranked Alabama. Plus: UT's DKR tribute, Tommy Tuberville's ill temper, and the latest UT-A&M conspiracy theory.
"I didn't ask for it," the UT football coach said before adding that the ESPN channel gives opposing coaches too much information on his football program.