In recent days I've mentioned this Texas team seems pretty similar to Kansas State teams of the past. The offense isn't explosive (though there is big play ability) and the team is physical and mentally resilient for the most part. They want to win wars of attrition and in recent weeks that approach has worked.
AUSTIN, Tx -- As members of the same conference, Texas has one win at Kansas State. That win occurred 16 years ago when Texas was out-gained but not outscored by a Wildcat offense that had Ell Roberson and Darren Sproles leading the way.
What does Texas have to do to knock of nemesis Kansas State on Saturday night from DKR? The IT staff breaks it down, adds offensive/defensive standouts, Game of the Week, and Upset of the Week in the land of College Football.
Every week, coaches and players of the Big 12 Conference have to answer question after question about the upcoming game. How do we move the football? How do we stop their star player? Who goes into the game in this situation?
The Good, Bad, and Bigger Picture after the Kansas State loss and what to look for with Baylor coming to Austin this weekend. Boyz II Men, End of the Road tells it best on the Inside Texas Podcast. Get some.
Perhaps the most concerning element of the Texas defeat in Manhattan to Kansas State was how poorly the Texas run defense was executed. This dimension of the Longhorn squad is totally lost heading into a stretch in which they’ll face Baylor (282.8 rushing yards per game) and later West Virginia (206.5 rushing yards per game) at home.