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Who is the slowest Wildebeest? It is time for the Lion.

The honey colored grass hides the approaching lion from the herd of grazing wildebeest. Taught muscles explode, launching the lion towards the herd. The entire herd flees the lion. As the lion approaches the herd, the trailing few wildebeests become the focus. The distance between the last of the herd and the hungry lion closes, closes, closes.........you know what happens next.

It is nearing the time for Hocutt to become lion and eat a wildebeest. Is he approaching the herd at all? Maybe. Not to maul the healthiest, fastest wildebeest, but to devour whichever animal proves to be the weakest. Kristy Curry has been at TTU for 6 years and posted a 6-12 conference record in 2011. Spencer is in his 4th season. His baseball team is 3-11 in conference play this year. Tuberville is approaching his 4th season. His team won 2 conference games and lost 7.

It appears to me, the TTU herd has forgotten there is a lion at all.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Viva The Matadors' writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Viva The Matadors' writers or editors.</em>

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