Mack BrownAP Photo/Rick BowmerAfter Texas finished 8-4 overall (7-2 Big 12), Mack Brown faces questions about his job security.

Expectations at a school like Texas are, and always will remain, very high. That is why even after an 8-4 regular season and a second-place finish in the Big 12, coach Mack Brown faces questions about his job security, as the Longhorns haven't had a final BCS rating any higher than No. 19 in four seasons. With the 2005 national championship firmly in the rearview mirror, and even the 2009 title game appearance old news, Texas has a decision to make -- one that appears to be entirely in its hands after Brown on Tuesday denied reports that he was stepping down.

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