Texas-KSU Post-Mortem: Defense/Special Teams

Ryan Bujcevski (Will Gallagher/IT)
Ryan Bujcevski (Will Gallagher/IT)

Statistics – the science of producing unreliable facts from reliable figures.

The figures say that the Texas Longhorns defense totally dominated the KSU Wildcats on Saturday. Kansas State amassed only 217 yards of offense (11o passing on 11 of 25 throwing, 107 rushing at less than 3 yards per carry), averaged only 3.1 yards per play and scored only 14 points, even with the aid of about 70 yards and several first downs in penalty yardage.

But that doesn’t capture exactly what happened, does it?

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