By Steve Habel/Senior Editor
FORT WORTH, Texas — Seconds after he answered the final allowed question from the assembled media in the noisy basement of Amon G. Carter Stadium Saturday in the wake of the Longhorns’ 50-7 thrashing at the hands of No. 3 TCU, Texas head coach Charlie Strong put his head down, closed his eyes and released a deep breath, the air whistling as it left his lungs.
That whistle is much the same sound likely made by a balloon as a symbol of UT’s latest season of discontent, a campaign already wracked by four losses in the first five games for the first time since 1956.
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