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The Passing of a True Texas Legend

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We use the phrase “Texas legend” far too often. Too early in many cases.

Well, the phrase may not have been invented for Darrell Royal, but he indeed is the embodiment of it.

A Texas legend, indeed.

Royal died Wednesday morning. He was 88.

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