Is Texas' Shocking Win Over Oklahoma Enough To Keep Mack Brown In Austin?

Do you remember when nearly everyone in the state of Texas wanted Mack Brown replaced as the head coach of the Texas Longhorns? Well, a three-game Longhorns’ winning streak has silenced the Brown haters…for now.

It was incredible to see Texas upset the 12th-ranked Oklahoma Sooners as this 2013 Longhorns’ team has been inconsistent to say the least. Either way, Texas pulled out the upset against the Sooners as this Case McCoy-led team looks to be a contender for the Big 12 Championship. While McCoy’s job is safe as the team’s quarterback, Brown hasn’t wiggled his way off of the hot seat just yet.

Many are calling the Longhorns’ victory over the Sooners a “job-saver” for Brown, but this head coach shouldn’t be so sure. Games against Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Baylor remain for this Texas team, and Brown will only return to Austin if he can win at least two of those three games.

Good luck, Mack.


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