Red River Rivalry Embarrassment Proves It's Time for Texas HC Mack Brown to Go

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Red River Rivalry Embarrassment Proves It's Time for Texas HC Mack Brown to Go
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You have to love Mack Brown ESPN Gameday Commercials, but you can't love his game-day performances as of late. The Red River Rivalry was a blowout this Saturday, proving it’s time for Mack Brown to move on from Texas as head coach.

Brown has led a very inconsistent but talented team at Texas the past few seasons. A change of offensive and defensive coordinators was supposed to lead to better results by this season, but it hasn’t.

The Longhorns were close to a Top 10 ranking in the AP Poll until the loss to West Virginia, and now the team will be lucky to stay in the Top 20.

It has been a long time since the 2005 national title run, and patience has been wearing thin in Austin. This game sealed the book on Mack Brown needing to step away, but these five reasons have led to this day. 

No. 13 Oklahoma 63, No. 15 Texas 21 — Final

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