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If you've ever wondered what people put in recruiting videos before the advent of things like "Mama Said Knock You Out" and other rap songs that don't feature parent-irritating explicit lyrics, now you know. If you're thinking "boy, I bet this backfired spectacularly," you're way right. After a surprising 10-2 1990 season, the recruits lured in by the promise of "still having each other" if the "world runs out of lovers" went 5-6 and forced the resignation of Texas coach David McWilliams. As juniors and seniors the Starship Era recruits would go 12-9-1.
Moral of the story: keep Grace Slick away from your football team. Not that this wasn't already totally obvious.