Kenny Vaccaro throws punches, isn't ejected from Alamo Bowl

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Texas' safety popped Kevin Cummings upside the head a couple times.

Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro took a couple solid swings at an Oregon State player early in the Alamo Bowl's second quarter, but remained in. This came a day after Texas Tech's Jace Amaro was booted from the Texas Bowl for going all UFC on Minnesota. Vaccaro's outburst was more prizefighter in nature than Amaro's though, and fighting classy is appreciated. His hands probably hurt a little bit now.

More importantly, the refs must've missed it. And to be fair, we weren't able to see what set all this off.

This Texas defense is certainly under pressure, with a 13-10 score resulting from this drive. It's not THAT tense, though.

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