Candied quadratics

There are \(n\) sweets in a bag, \(6\) of which are orange and the rest of which are yellow. I take one randomly chosen sweet out of the bag, and another randomly chosen sweet out of the bag. The probability that I chose two orange sweets is \(\frac{1}{3}\).

Find \(n^{2}-n-90\).

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