The Horns were beaten at home by lowly TCU. Continuing what is now a recurring pattern, Texas looked listless and uninterested as a theoretically-inferior team pushed the Longhorns around. Tune in here at 11:00 AM Central to hear Texas Football's
regional sales manager head coach explain why the Longhorns didn't survive the TCU surge. (Hint: Texas had less than eight explosive plays, Gary Patterson is the best coach in America, the Horned Frogs are one of the world's best football teams, and you have to give credit to TCU for playing a great game.)
A lot of you are probably suffering from Mack Brown fatigue, also known as bullshititis. And that's fair. But tune in anyway. Vacillating between seething rage and uproarious laughter during Mack's 30-minute weekly condescendathon is part of the seven stages of post-Texas loss grief, nestled snugly between "Kick in television screen with Red Wing boot heel" and "With Jim Croce's 'Time in a Bottle' playing on a continuous loop, a steaming cup of chamomile tea in hand, and a steady stream of raindrops running metaphorically down the kitchen window, read Bill Little's column."