Doesn't this say it all?
If Texas president Bill Powers and athletic director Steve Patterson give Brown another season, it's hard to envision a 2014 campaign that won't be just as rough and challenging as this one, if not more so.
He has coached 50 games since the BCS championship game against Alabama. Texas is now 30-20 in the last four years and one game above .500 (18-17) in Big 12 games. Brown restructured after 2010 around two coordinators who now are gone. If things go downhill from here, is he really interested in rebuilding his rebuild?
Brown has a decision to make [ESPN] and we're all still waiting. [SB Nation]
The look on Brown's face spoke volumes about the Baylor game and his future. [Dallas Morning News]
ESPN has put Mack's future to a vote! [ESPN]
The Baylor game was an end to an error. [Barking Carnival]
Don't place your hopes in external actors. [Barking Carnival]
They look so harmless.
There was an earthquake in Stillwater during Bedlam. [SB Nation]
Will Art Briles head to the NFL? [CBS Sports]
This was a fitting end to the BCS. [SI]
Maybe the SEC isn't dead? [WSJ]
Managing an invisible injury is tough. [The Daily Texan]
Urban Meyer's former players certainly have a lot respect for the man. [Yahoo Sports]
As Bellmont Turns
Resignation Watch- Day 96 Will Dodds announce today? Will Brown announce today? Will Oliver Luck take the AD job? Will Nick Saban leave the Redneck State and join western civilization as we know it? Or will Art Briles, or Gary Patterson, or David Shaw, or Charlie Strong, or Will Muschamp, or...(insert name here) become our next coach? How many other Jimmy Sexton clients will have Texas as their dream job planted in the national media at the most opportune times? Will Rick Barnes resign? Will Augie Garrido resign?Tune in tomorrow for possible answers...