Strickland: Sloppy play, RG3 do in Texas

WACO, Texas -- At the end of another disappointing regular season, Mack Brown tried to find the positive.

"It was better than last year," the Texas coach said.


On a rain-soaked day, Texas slid to 7-5. Compared to last season's 5-7 collapse, there was some improvement somewhere along the way. But not Saturday against Baylor.

For the second year in a row, the Bears beat Texas. That hasn't happened in nearly two decades. And this one, 48-24, was worse than the last.

"Hell, it don't feel very good, especially with the winning tradition we have at Texas," senior David Snow said. "We don't lose to Baylor."

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