"Wake up, Bob!" he yelled.
The old coach had spotted a cameraman who he thought was dozing off.
"You're wide awake when we lose and you fall asleep when we win!"
The room broke up in laughter. It was a light moment after a much-needed victory. But it said a lot about Texas football these days. The whole program needs a wake-up call. And although the effort was more inspired in Saturday's 56-50 win over Baylor here than it was in last week's humiliation at the hands of Oklahoma, it's unclear if Brown can get this team to jump up from its recent slumber and become Texas again. A win over Baylor is nice and all, but it's still Baylor – a team that lost 12 straight to Brown before winning two in a row and nearly winning again Saturday. "We're David against Goliath," said Baylor president Ken Starr before the game. (Yes, that Ken Starr.) "As RG3 said, 'We're Baylor, weRead More »from Longhorns will benefit from feeling Texas heat