Watching Coach Mack Brown in his final game at University of Texas (UT) is a sad occasion. This man is a man of integrity, class, and character! We will miss him. His record at the college is the second best in the amount of games won. There aren’t too many coaches these days whereby a young person’s learning ability is as important as the football field. In fact, withholding a young man off the field until his academic grades are brought to a level where they should be is hard to find in this country. Winning is the name of the game. And, if winning does not happen – the chair becomes empty. The motto for Austin is advertised daily on television as “keep Austin weird” and that seems to be happening. It seems colleges are now built for the luxury of the professors not for the learning ability of the students that pay the enormous tuition. I think we should bring UT back to the standards of a community college where a student can attend the college for a fee – no more than $10,000 for a four-year program. This is a rich, rich college and could afford to give many more scholarships than they do.