More meaningful plays from 2011 

December, 22, 2011
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HornsNation took a look at some of Texas' most meaningful plays of 2011. Read the story here.

Here are a few more impact plays from the season:

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Brendan Maloney/US PresswireMalcolm Brown's performance in the second half against Rice was the debut of Texas' most-anticipated freshman.
Brown for 17 versus Rice: Texas held off from using Malcolm Brown in the first half against Rice. The Longhorns also only held a slim lead in the season opener. Then Brown, the most anticipated freshman of the class, was put in the game. After a few ho-hum inside runs, Brown took the ball at the Texas 4, went around the left side and went for 17 yards.
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