The Longhorns did a lot of good things Saturday night, but they didn't win a big one, and that's becoming all too common for Texas.
From the Appalachian Mountains to the Gauley River, get ready Texas fans, here comes West Virginia.
Texas has been prone to giving up big plays this season. Now the Longhorns must find a way to slow down Geno Smith and West Virginia.
Texas has ridden a diverse offense to 107 points its past two games, giving it the necessary firepower to deal with West Virginia this Saturday.
Texas made some big plays to prevail over Oklahoma State on Saturday, but there's plenty for the Longhorns to shore up before West Virginia arrives next weekend.
HornsNation is taking an early look at Texas' schedule. West Virginia visits Austin with a loaded backfield and an explosive offense.