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Card and No. 21 Texas face tough road trip to Arkansas next

Hudson Card was solid, and occasionally great, in his first career start as the Texas quarterback. Now he has to duplicate that effort on the road, at night, in front of a hostile sellout crowd in a legacy rivalry that will soon be reborn when Texas joins the Southeastern Conference. A second-year freshman from nearby Lake Travis, Card has heard plenty about the bygone days of the old Southwest Conference, the rivalry with Arkansas, and the “Game of the Century” — the No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup in 1969 also known as “The Big Shootout” — that set up a Longhorns national championship.

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