I posted an article in the fanpost, but I also have that at my blog with some other neat articles.
Despite having enough time to learn what happened in the partial-crumbling of the Big 12, SBN writer Steven Godfrey perpetuates the Nebraska and TAMU myth about why they left the conference.The point of the game was and is national exposure, and the Rebels just got a taste of what sent Texas A&M into the neighborhood.
Our fair city has had it's fair share of attention due to the new Circuit of the Americas these days, here's one more. Austin has been declared a finalist for the Summer X Games. The other three cities are Chicagoland Maximum Security Municipality, Charlotte in one of the Carolinas, and, Detroit Murder City. Watch out for Flying Tomatoes to hit Austin very soon.
Well, I hate to make any false assumptions or to start speculation, but two of the only specific names mentioned in the report were Gene Chizik and Will Muschamp...
Even Kim Jong-un is getting in on the hatin': "missile trajectories that the NK News web site estimates terminate in Hawaii, Washington DC, Los Angeles and Austin, Texas."
The documentary on the 1969 showdown between the University of Texas and Arkansas, "The Big Shootout: The Life and Times of 1969" will have its world premiere on April 13 at the Texas Theater as part of the Dallas Film Festival. Mike Looney and George Francisco's film chronicles this original "game of the century" and features interviews with the late Longhorn coach Darrell Royal.