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Sorry, this image could not be loaded. Click here to refresh. UT running back DeSean Hales tries to get past Kansas State defender Tre Walker in the second quarter at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas, on Saturday Nov.

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jig

Laredo, TX

#1 Nov 7, 2010
Why doesn't Coach Brown try other players? The season is lost, and we must plan for the future. TRY some of the other outstanding recruits who are on the bench, the way Nebraska tried 3 QBs in their game. If one player is not cutting it, you have plenty to choose from. I am amazed that GG was never lifted in the game. Heaven forbid if GG would get injured, we would have to put in a raw, untested player in a similar situation (although not of the same magnitude) as in the BCS last year. How can a veteran coach not plan for a situation such as this?

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