Players win championships, and the NFL draft results of recent BCS champions reflects that. So Texas fans need concern themselves with only one thing: Do the Horns have the players to win?
The Texas Longhorns avoided what would have been a stunning upset to Kansas. However, the win did little to answer questions or calm concerns.
Texas had a decent look at what it has in the annual spring game, but the Longhorns also saw that depth still needs to be built.
Texas defense has looked dominant at times and extremely vulnerable at others. These inconsistencies will be Manny Diaz's top concern.
Texas thought it had settled on using two quarterbacks. Both struggled against Oklahoma and now it's back to work figuring out what will work against Oklahoma State.
Case McCoy and David Ash combined for five turnovers and neither moved the ball against Oklahoma, but will these concerns change the Texas QB situation?
With Nolan Brewster leaving the team and young players at the position, depth at safety is concerning Texas coaches.