A lot of things went wrong for the Longhorns (1-4) Saturday in the team's 50-7 loss to 4th ranked TCU (5-0).  One positive nugget the Longhorns can extract and build upon was the performance of running back D'Onta Foreman.  Foreman, a sophmore from Texas City, rushed for 112 yards on 18 carries, notching a career-high rushing game as a Longhorn.
 
Foreman rushed for only 73 yards in the 2014 season backing up Malcolm Brown and Johnathan Gray.
 
Gray, a senior, struggled to get things going against an improved TCU defense, rushing for just 55 yards on 15 carries.  
 
Foreman took the load of the carries in the second half and it proved beneficial in moving the chains for the Longhorns.
 
Foreman also caught two passes for 32 yards.