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Complete 2014 football schedule for the Texas Longhorns.

By SI Wire
August 20, 2014

The Texas Longhorns finished last season with a record of 8-5 (7-2) and finished in fourth place in the Big 12. Longtime coach Mack Brown resigned after last season and was replaced by former Louisville coach Charlie Strong.

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Texas will have a pair of talented running backs, Johnathan Gray and Malcolm Brown, returning this season. David Ash will be the team's starting quarterback.


08/30/14: North Texas Mean Green

09/06/14: BYU Cougars

09/13/14: UCLA Bruins (in Arlington, Texas)

09/27/14: at Kansas Jayhawks

10/04/14: Baylor Bears

10/11/14: Oklahoma Sooners (in Dallas)

10/18/14: Iowa State Cyclones

10/25/14: at Kansas State Wildcats

11/01/14: at Texas Tech Red Raiders

11/08/14: West Virginia Mountaineers

11/15/14: at Oklahoma State Cowboys

11/27/14: TCU Horned Frogs

- Josh Sanchez

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