For the second week in a row, the University of Texas special teams just weren’t all that special. I have no idea what the punter was thinking as the ball sailed toward his head after being snapped, but it certainly wasn’t about football. I heard the heavy metal band Tia Carrera was in town (not to be confused with Tia Carrere the actress) so perhaps he was just as confused as I was trying to figure out if I should head down to 7th Street or not. 

In years past, when Mack Brown was in town, Texas always found a way to come out ahead. Whether it was an opportune interception or an opposing player forgetting that Vince Young could fly, wins came in the form of a burnt orange side of beef. 

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John Oyer

If Brad Everman is going to write for the Express News, he is going to have to learn how to express himself using half the words in his articles. This article is way too long.

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