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Topic - Marquise Goodwin
Texas is taking a ghost from Oklahoma's past into this weekend's Red River Rivalry game.
Texas wide receiver Marquise Goodwin will skip the 2011 season to concentrate on track after qualifying for the World Championships in the long jump.
"I remember the Statue of Liberty play like the back of my hand," said Texas wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, who was a high school sophomore when he watched the game on TV.