Gameplan: Four years of dissipation

It was a little bit difficult to enjoy Texas’ 55-23 thrashing of a bad Colorado team in the Alamo Bowl. It would have been harder for the Longhorns to draw an easier matchup than a team from a league that barely put together a season and who barely even played anyone from said league. No disrespect to Colorado, who honorably made the most they could of their season, but if you thought the 11-2, 2019 Utah Utes or the 9-3, 2012 Oregon State Beavers were a bit overmatched athletically…

2020 Texas-Colorado Alamo Bowl Postmortem: Offense

The Longhorn offense dominated the Buffaloes, scoring 55 points, dropping 638 total yards (303 rushing, 335 passing), and averaging a spectacular 9.4 yards per play. All while playing three new OL starters, a backup QB in the second half, without their most experienced wide receiver, while also limiting Bijan Robinson to 12 total touches (that he turned into 220 total yards and three touchdowns).