While the defense has held them in games during the first half against Rice and BYU, Texas' offense is looking to get its offense started faster.
Once again starting slowly, and being forced to make a quarterback change, Texas showed again it is capable of surging in the second half.
After benching Garrett Gilbert, Texas played a game of three-card Monte with Case McCoy and David Ash rotating to lead the Longhorns to a win over BYU.
As humble as ever, freshman running back Malcolm Brown again carried the load for the Texas rushing attack.
Breaking down the top five storylines going into the BYU-Texas game.
While Texas is still learning its new offense and only a few package plays were used against Rice, expect more to come starting this week.
Here are the top three matchups to watch when Texas faces BYU.
BYU is OK with its football independence, but knows that BCS affiliation would be hard to say no to if the Big 12 came calling.
With BYU visiting Texas, line play will be key. Texas will need to get a pass rush and find some running room against the Cougars.
Alex Okafor and Texas' defense didn't get a sack against Rice, but they're ready to come after Jake Heaps and BYU.