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So long, Longhorn NetworkA Longhorn sat across from an Aggie with, depending on whom you asked, the purest of intentions. At least that’s how the Longhorn saw it, but you can’t blame the Aggie for cocking an eyebrow. This was back when Texas and Texas A&M remained Big 12 rivals, when Longhorn football was a perennial powerhouse, and when the Aggies hadn’t fielded a contender since before Vince Young had arrived in Austin. The two schools had played each other every year since 1915 and competed for just about everything else: not only wins and recruits, but top high school students, faculty members, and state funding too. But on this particular day, the Longhorn didn’t want to work against his counterpart—not on this project. The Longhorn was there…

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