At least three football games will only be on Texas Longhorns Network for 2013 season

Texas Longhorns head coach Mack Brown (right) and safety Kenny Vaccaro (4) and running back D.J. Monroe (center) react after defeating the Oregon State Beavers in the Alamo Bowl at the Alamodome. Texas beat Oregon State 31-27. (Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports)

Well, Texas fans, the moment we have all been dreading seems to be approaching ever more quickly.

Reports have indicated that at least three Horns games will only be able to be viewed on the Texas Longhorns Network, a channel it doesn’t feel like anyone has and that definitely no one wants.

Especially not Mack Brown.

The Longhorns Network has been promoted as a place to access exclusive Texas content, but the only thing folks really want is to be able to watch the games, not shoddy angles of the basics of practices and boring, out-of-conference basketball games.

However, now, in an effort by the nation’s most profitable athletic program to turn yet another dollar, fans are going to be forced to pay extra just to watch the games from the comfort of their homes or go to a bar, which some people just don’t want to do each and every week.

But the school will be making money, and that is all that matters — because it sure doesn’t feel like they care about the fans.

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