Since the Red River Rivalry has involved Mack Brown and Bob Stoops, the team with the most rushing yards has almost always won. That could be a problem for Texas, which is ninth in rushing defense in the Big 12.
Texas got pressure on Texas Tech QB Seth Doege, and its thanks to the performance of the defensive line.
Texas needed to fix its red zone issues, and some added size and an emphasis on the running game might have helped solve the problem.
Defensive end Torshiro Davis missed his opportunity to speak with Texas coach, but hasn't lost his interest in the Longhorns.
While the outcome of the Red River Rivalry might not matter to most recruits, it does have advantages for coaches.
Dallas always has produced big-time prospects who can return home for the Red River Rivalry and star. Here are a few for the future.
Mack Brown and Bob Stoops have faced off countless times on the recruiting trail. Here are some of Brown's biggest recruiting wins over Stoops.
Despite remaining committed to Florida State, No. 1 prospect Mario Edwards is looking at Texas and Oklahoma, and will attend the Red River Rivaly game.