After another blowout loss to Oklahoma, one where the Longhorns were exposed and dominated in every facet, the Longhorns must turn the page.
Our quarterback's better than your quarterback! Yes, with the season David Ash is having, the Longhorns can taunt Landry Jones and the Sooners with that well-established fact.
After the inital -- and expected -- bumps along Bryan Harsin's road to stepping up Texas' offensive play-calling, the former high-flying Boise State coordinator is finding his comfort zone, and some lofty numbers, with the Horns.
HornsNation takes an early look at the teams on Texas' 2012 schedule. Rival OU returns its talented QB but faces questions at other areas.
Texas' young team was dominated by Oklahoma. Now, the trick will be to overcome the blowout loss.
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?
Breaking down the top five storylines going into the Oklahoma game.
For fans of both teams, the tradition and memories add to the Red River Rivalry.
For Raymond Clayborn, and other Dallas-area players who play in the Red River Rivalry, it was a chance to shine in front of friends and family.
Malcolm Brown is Texas' leading rusher, and he'll be needed against Oklahoma, while his teammates expect a breakout performance soon.
Texas' defense knows all about Oklahoma's up-tempo offense and Landry Jones' ability. They don't plan on changing a thing.
Like their brothers before them, Case McCoy and Jaxon Shipley will lead Texas against Oklahoma.