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University of Texas hand sign holding rolled up dollar billsThe Texas Longhorns were having their usual great off-season. Excellent recruiting class. Arrival of a potential franchise quarterback. Ranked sixth nationally in something called the ESPN Power Index 2022. In short, the program oozed confidence even after a dozen underachieving seasons.If college football isn’t your thing, you need to know that off-seasons are a big deal around the Forty Acres. There’s something about a stretch of months when games aren’t being played—no blown leads, no late collapses—that convinces Longhorn fans that We’re back, baby!That’s why it was so sobering to see one of the team’s leaders—fifth-year senior defensive tackle Moro Ojomo—inject some arguably bad vibes into the usual springtime optimism. Actually, Ojomo’s comments to reporters earlier this month reflected what anyone with even a casual…

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