Tony Levine took over in 2011 after Kevin Sumlin left for the Texas A&M job; he was taking over a team who had just lost a conference championship and probably a shot at a BCS bowl. They went on to defeat a Penn State team shrouded in controversy and build hope for a better year next year. What ended up happening was a very lackluster 5-7 season, which bid farewell to Robertson Stadium in preparation for a new stadium next year. This year the Cougars will play all their home games at Reliant Stadium, and coach Levine hopes to build some success going into the new conference.
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