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Texas football now has misplaced priorities

Recently, UT fired the football coach because he was trying to teach the players such nonsense as honesty, ethics and integrity. It appears UT feels they can do better with criminals. Perhaps instead of burnt orange, we should say prison orange.

FRANK GOTCH, Austin



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