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With the college football season officially in the rearview mirror, it’s time to take a step back and look at the season that was. The Texas Longhorns may not have had the season fans expected, but the Longhorns managed to put up several solid performances in the passing game. Sam Ehlinger continues to put his name among the top quarterbacks in school history, while Devin Duvernay had one of the greatest receiving seasons in school history.

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