Alamo Bowl 2013 Oregon vs. Texas: 10 Things We Learned in Longhorns' Loss

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Alamo Bowl 2013 Oregon vs. Texas: 10 Things We Learned in Longhorns' Loss
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Mack Brown leaves the field for the last time as head coach of the Longhorns.

Led by Marcus Mariota, the No. 10 Oregon Ducks were impressive in blowing past Texas by a 30-7 margin in Monday's Alamo Bowl.

The same cannot be said for Case McCoy's Longhorns.

In Mack Brown's final game as their head coach, the 'Horns were unable to compete with the Ducks for 60 minutes. Mariota supplied 386 of their 469 offensive yards, nearly doubling the 236 that Texas mustered.

The loss was Texas' fifth of the season, all by 20 points or more, and somewhat validates the decision to move on from Brown.

Like the rest of the season, this was a disappointing finish for the Longhorns.

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