AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Just two months ago, Texas looked ready to allow concealed handgun license holders to carry their guns in college classrooms.Lawmakers were lining up to sponsor a bill, pistol-packing Gov. Rick Perry supported it and gun control activists had all but conceded defeat.Then students and administrators from the state's universities mobilized in opposition, swaying two Democratic lawmakers who had supported the bill.The two senators — Mario Gallegos of Houston and Eddie Lucio of Brownsville — have universities in their districts and say they've gotten calls from students, parents and administrators.Without them, the bill's sponsor hasn't had enough support to get a vote in the state Senate. Two attempts in the past week have failed, but he says he'll keep trying.