Another loss to a ranked team, this time 42-24 to No. 6 Kansas State -- the fifth straight loss to the Wildcats -- makes Texas fans wonder if the Longhorns are any closer to being "back".
Texas Longhorns try and play for pride, heart and the future of the program against a Kansas State Wildcats team the Longhorns have not beaten in their last four tries.
Case McCoy is a bit of a gambler. For the Longhorns to succeed, they need him to dial back on his chance-taking.
Texas has talented individuals who want to succeed, but the team as a whole is lacking. All they can do now is try desperately to find their confidence.
Recruiting junior college players is no longer a get-rich-quick way of program-building, and the Longhorns could benefit from pursuing more juco players.
Texas head coach Mack Brown has faced most of the league's top offenses and has struggled. He wants to see how other team's do against them as the season moves on.
Previewing the Dec. 1 Texas-Kansas State matchup.
As spring practices wind down, we take a look at how the Big 12 is doing in recruiting.
Texas' passing game is floundering and the Longhorns will need it against Texas A&M. Case McCoy might give them the consistency needed to survive in College Station.
Texas' defense did what it had to do and bottled up Collin Klein and Kansas State. But it wasn't enough.
Texas' offense had a chance to score and give their strong defense a lead, but kicking a field goal cost the Longhorns.
Breaking down the top five storylines going into the Kansas State game.
Kansas State always could run, but now that he has found his passing game, Texas has a bigger challenge in stopping him.
With pieces missing all over the offense, Texas is forced to regroup and find some solutions.