Against Oklahoma State, Texas has a chance to capitalize on winning the turnover battle, but D-coordinator Manny Diaz can't preach enough about players executing perfectly in order to do that.
While the Texas defense was aggressive, its inability to create turnovers was a problem in each of the team's losses.
A week after a defining win at Texas A&M, Texas was done in by sloppy play and a Heisman contender in the loss to Baylor.
Whether it's pressure or interceptions, Texas' defense is missing chances and is focused on capitalizing on turnovers.
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?
Once again proving to be very opportunistic, Texas was able to create turnovers and rout Iowa State.
By holding UCLA to 141 rushing yards and forcing four turnovers, Texas' defense showed a physical nature it hopes to build upon.