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    Texas safety quitting

    because of his history of concussions. very unfortunate way to end a career but its definitely the right choice in the long term

    Texas Longhorns' Nolan Brewster quits football with concussions - ESPN



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    Re: Texas safety quitting

    http://www.cyclonefanatic.com/forum/...h-reasons.html



    Too bad for the kid, tough way to go out... Health first, but sometimes its hard to give up a passion/love..


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    Re: Texas safety quitting

    Quote Originally Posted by M6WS6 View Post
    http://www.cyclonefanatic.com/forum/...h-reasons.html



    Too bad for the kid, tough way to go out... Health first, but sometimes its hard to give up a passion/love..
    wow i searched all over for another thread and didnt see it. did someone start one about the big 12 still being the top conference this week?



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    Re: Texas safety quitting

    Former Minny Coach Tim Brewster's son too.

    Also, he is a side-line analyst for FX too. (Wasn't that him during the MU-OU game last Saturday?)



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    Re: Texas safety quitting

    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeyeh8r View Post
    wow i searched all over for another thread and didnt see it. did someone start one about the big 12 still being the top conference this week?
    Lol, no idea if there is a thread on the Big 12 Topic you posted on. The only reason I knew there was a thread on this topic was because i was just there not to long before you posted.

    It's hard not to double up on a topic on this site, just can't keep up sometimes... Just was pointing it out, no hard feelings


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    Re: Texas safety quitting

    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingCY View Post
    Former Minny Coach Tim Brewster's son too.

    Also, he is a side-line analyst for FX too. (Wasn't that him during the MU-OU game last Saturday?)
    That is him.

    Just a bit of trivia, Tim Brewster used to be on the Longhorn coaching staff and was the man who successfully recruited Vince Young to Austin so the Brewster family will always get the royal treatment from the University of Texas.



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