After the Longhorns narrowly avoided a disastrous loss to one-win Kansas in Week 9, the days separating this scary victory and Week 10’s trip to play Texas Tech will no doubt be jam-packed with reports of fans screaming for the head of Mack Brown.
Yes, losing 63-21 to Oklahoma was bad enough, but a 56-50 defensively devoid win over Baylor followed by a 21-17 last-second comeback decision over hapless Kansas may be too much for even the staunchest Brown supporter to bear.
But amid all the demands for Mack Brown’s firing or resignation (and I’ve been one of the voices in this crowd), what about the reasons for why he should stay?
Indeed, while it’s crystal clear why Mack Brown should go, why should be allowed to stick around in Austin?
The following slideshow plays the dreaded antagonist and provides seven reasons while Longhorn enthusiasts should give Brown an opportunity to mend his ways and stay at the helm of Texas football.