Texas Football: How Mack Brown Plans to End Losing Streak Against Oklahoma

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Texas Football: How Mack Brown Plans to End Losing Streak Against Oklahoma
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It's been a rough two years down in Austin.

Texas has had two straight subpar seasons in 2010 and 2011 and, to make matters worse, the Longhorns have lost the last two Red River Rivalry games to the Oklahoma Sooners.

But the Longhorns are back on the uptick heading into the 2012 season, and once again there are BCS expectations for Texas.

The biggest roadblock for the Horns next year is, as always, the Sooners. They present the toughest test on the Longhorns' schedule. If Texas wants to win the Big 12 and reach a BCS game, it will have to figure out a way to topple its rival from the Sooner State.

So, here are the things that Mack Brown and the Longhorns should build their game plan around to defeat Oklahoma on October 13th at the Cotton Bowl. 

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