AUSTIN, Texas -- It was a year later and the story was the same:
Texas was down 13-3 at halftime. The offense had been anemic. The defense had been decent, not spectacular, but doing their job. The scoreboard, while not in Texas' favor, was manageable.
This time it was BYU on the other side of the field. But it wasn't the Cougars that Mack Brown chose to talk about to his team. It was UCLA.
He implored them to remember what happened against the Bruins in this same situation in ...
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