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Moral Victory?

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Changes on defense, Charles' gaffs, Jermichael Finley's breakout half, his subsequent disappearance and more. Inside Texas' Ross Lucksinger gives his observations from Texas' 28-21 loss to Oklahoma.

Moral victory isn't a term I'm fond of using, ever. But there was much of Saturday's game that can be taken as one. It was a loss, but it was also the best four quarters of football we've seen from the Longhorns all year and indicates that Texas could very well go on a run in the Big 12 conference and end up back at the Cotton Bowl on January 1st, in all likelihood. None of this changes the...

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