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Texas fans ‘Sound Off’ after Longhorns takes care of business against Kansas

Posted November 11th, 2017

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Hookem.com asked Texas fans to “Sound Off” on our Facebook page after they watched the Longhorns complete a business-like 42-27 victory over lowly Kansas.

As you can imagine, we got plenty of responses from fans who were both happy to see the team get a much-needed win and frustrated by the lack of offensive firepower in the second half. Here’s a sample of some popular responses. They have been edited for space and clarity.

RELATED: What Tom Herman said after Texas blew past Kansas 42-27

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Desiree Pacheco: Shane Buechele has had his time to shine and he just doesn’t get it done. No heart or passion! Not gonna work next week, give Sam Ehlinger the ball.

Ken Telchik: I am glad I saw about half of it with both eyes and about a quarter of it with one eye watching. Last year, I was told I was a bad fan for wanting Tom Herman. This year, I hope Texas Tech fires Kliff Kingsbury, we hire him as offensive coordinator and Herman is fired next year if this is an option and he keeps Tim Beck. UT football has been a joke this entire decade and this decade is almost gone.

Aaron Mallory: Payback? Better be thankful they are just a more pathetic team. Texas is a joke. I think it’s so funny how we as fans keep trying to convince ourselves Texas is in the same class as the elite teams like Oklahoma, Alabama, TCU and Ohio State.

Don Clark: Pretty sad. Is there anyone Texas can block? Multiple timely turnovers is all that saved Texas from a blowout loss.
Robert Guerrero: Payback would have been if we had denied them their sixth win. At 1-8, they had nothing to lose. Payback? Not quite!

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