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Long Faces for the Longhorns

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Although they ultimately couldn't stem the Crimson Tide in last night's Rose Bowl after star quarterback Colt McCoy was injured early in the first quarter, University of Texas fans were still excited early in the game at Lucky's Pub. Meanwhile over at the Fox and Hound, Alabama fans had their game faces on, and the excitement only built throughout the evening.

Make sure to check out our slideshows of the UT fans and Alabama fans getting their Rose Bowl last night on despite the frigid temperatures outside.

 

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