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But as the drama of the 4th quarter, OT and OT2 unfolded, I actually fell in love with the game. So, I am sure their oddly-focused-on-sex trolls will return after their now three-day absence from this blog, but I’m going to go over some thoughts I had. But, I wasn’t complaining about it during the game. Texas did pretty well for being a worse football team on the road. Reflecting on the game, my favorite part was how it ended. Those fans who said they would lose and this game didn’t matter started to believe. And then a walk-on kicker ripped their heart out after a last minute drive to tie, a heroic Texas response to USC’s 1 play TD in OT1 and then Texas fumbles at the goal line. But USC has won 13 in a row with a Rose Bowl over now #4 Penn State in the middle. If that’s a rivalry, it’s a rivalry between the bat and the baseball. If Darnold goes pro and so does Ronald Johnson and a ton of players, I’m not going to Austin and telling people we suck or looking for a moral victory.
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