LUBBOCK -- The closer D'Onta Foreman gets to setting records, the closer they get to saving Charlie Strong's job. A record-breaking 341-yard, three-touchdown performance and a Kris Boyd game-sealing interception helped lead the Longhorns to a 45-37 victory over Texas Tech at Jones AT&T Stadium on Saturday.
Charlie Strong notched his 2nd road win in his last eight and put Texas over .500 and in a favorable position to finish the season with real momentum. The home date against West Virginia looms large. But let's talk about the here and now...
This week's edition of Friday's in the Humidor explains the behind the scenes look at the Texas Football program and coaching situation. Tons of moving parts means Saturday's tilt in Lubbock is one of the most crucial games in the Charlie Strong Era. We've got team news, player updates, and an important recruiting note. The Humidor lives up to the hype.
Last year was the second time this decade that Texas had run for over 400 yards on the Texas Tech defense. The Tuberville defenses weren't quite as paper thin as these Kingsbury units, but they were not particularly stout and Texas stampeded them in 2011 for 439 yards in a 52-20 thrashing in Austin.
This week's IT Podcast with Justin Wells and Ian Boyd dives into the Good, Bad, and Bigger Picture from UT's 35-34 win over No. 8 Baylor last Saturday. We also preview the UT-Tech contest on Saturday in Lubbock and how the Longhorns hope to corral Patrick Mahomes.
Texas found a way to win against the Baylor Bears on Saturday. Not just against the Bears, mind you, although elements of the game plan were Baylor-specific, Texas has now firmly established their identity on offense and found some possible solutions on defense as well.