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Jameson McCausland

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  1. It was a defensive showdown at DKR on Saturday afternoon as Texas defeated West Virginia, 17-13, to win their 3rd straight game and improve their record to 4-2 in Big 12 play. Here are some thoughts and takeaways from a Texas victory: The Texas defense was the difference in the game. Chris Ash has his unit playing at a high level right now, especially in the red zone. The Longhorns defense came up with two huge 4th down stops in the red zone and shut down Leddie Brown, who is one of the best running backs in the Big 12. The Mountaineers finished the game with 43 yards rushing. Ke
  2. Following a big upset win over Oklahoma State, the Longhorns find themselves back in the thick of the Big 12 race as they prepare to host West Virginia in Austin. The Mountaineers are coming off a big win at home against Kansas State and boast a defense playing at an extremely high level. Here’s what to expect from the Mountaineers on Saturday afternoon: Offense In Morgantown last year, Texas faced a West Virginia offense that was not very good. Austin Kendall was at the helm and tossed 4 interceptions. A few games later, Neal Brown made a quarterback switch to Jarret Doege, who has
  3. Following a bye week, Texas will return to the field Saturday afternoon to host Baylor. The Bears have been battling COVID issues throughout the season and have only played two games up to this point, knocking off Kansas and losing in overtime to West Virginia. The Longhorns have been battling issues of their own, losing back to back games to TCU and Oklahoma. Tom Herman will look to get a win he desperately needs against his college roommate, Dave Aranda. Let’s take a look at what to expect from Baylor: Offense The Baylor offense is now under the direction of former UNC head coach L
  4. The Red River Showdown might have a few less fans in the stands this year, but there is no love lost between the Longhorns and Sooners. This game might carry even more significance with how both teams have been playing. The Longhorns are coming off a very sloppy performance in a loss at home against TCU, while the Sooners have dropped their first two Big 12 games to Kansas State and Iowa State. Texas is desperate to put together a complete game and keep their goal of a Big 12 championship within reach, while the Sooners will look to patch up a lot of issues defensively and get the train back o
  5. Coming off a 33-31 loss to TCU, Tom Herman will be entering perhaps the most important game of his tenure as Texas’ head coach as the Longhorns prepare to take on Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl. The Sooners are coming off back to back losses to open conference play, the most recent a 37-30 loss in Ames to Iowa State. Ahead of Saturday’s matchup, Tom Herman provided numerous injury updates and discussed where his team is at heading into the Red River Showdown. Injury updates On the injury front, the Longhorns received some positive and negative news. WR Joshua Moore left Saturday’s game
  6. Following a wild shootout win in Lubbock, Texas returns home to welcome a TCU team who had struggles of their own in their Big 12 opener against Iowa State, a 37-34 defeat. The Horned Frogs will bring an experienced QB and a veteran coach who knows how to beat the Longhorns. Let’s take a look at what to expect from TCU: Offense The TCU offense is led by sophomore QB Max Duggan, who is coming off a good freshman season. Duggan had an eventful offseason, dealing with the diagnosis of a heart condition that raised doubt whether he would play this season. He ended up being cleared to pla
  7. In a game that appeared all but over, Texas somehow put 15 points on the board in the final 3:13 to force overtime and squeak out a win in the Big 12 opener against Texas Tech. The 63-56 wins over the Red Raiders featured many ups and downs, but the Longhorns found a way to get it done against a Texas Tech team poised for an upset. Here are some quick thoughts from a wild afternoon in Lubbock: Special Teams was a total rollercoaster ride for the Longhorns. On their first punt of the afternoon, Ryan Bujcevski nearly had his punt blocked. The next punt, the Red Raiders brought the same p
  8. Following months of uncertainty, Saturday night marked the return of Texas football for the 2020 season. The Longhorns welcomed UTEP to Austin looking to build on an offseason where Tom Herman retooled his coaching staff and looked to build on a resounding bowl victory to end the 2019 season. Texas fans did not have to wait long to see the new look Longhorn offense. Sam Ehlinger opened the game by hitting Josh Moore on a 78 yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, and the senior added 4 more touchdowns through the air in the first half to pace Texas in a 59-3 victory in the season open
  9. Football is back, and the Longhorns will welcome UTEP on Saturday to kick off the 2020 season. The Miners began their season this past weekend, coming from behind to beat FCS Stephen F. Austin, 24-14. In 2019, the Miners limped through a 1-11 season, with the sole win a season-opening victory against Houston Baptist. Dana Dimel is beginning his 3rd season in El Paso and Texas was able to get a glimpse of what to expect on Saturday evening. Offense Dimel arrived at UTEP after spending 7 seasons on staff at Kansas State, where he served as the co-offensive coordinator. The Miners offen
  10. Following a dramatic win over Oklahoma in Norman on Tuesday evening, Texas appeared to be rolling into their regular-season finale with a ton of momentum. The momentum was brought to a screeching halt Saturday afternoon inside the Frank Erwin Center. Oklahoma State used an incredible shooting performance and Texas was not good on both ends of the floor, allowing the Cowboys to blow out the Longhorns, 81-59. Here are some thoughts and takeaways from a head-scratching game. Texas did not come to play and Oklahoma State took advantage by punching the Longhorns in the mouth early. The Cowb
  11. Texas is blown out by OSU, 81-59. Longhorns will return to action on Thursday at the Big 12 Tournament in Kansas City.
  12. OSU continuing to have their way offensively, lead 63-39 with 11:40 remaining.
  13. Not a pretty scene at the Frank Erwin Center. OSU leads by 22 at the half.
  14. Every time Texas appears to crawling back into the game, OSU answers. Thomas Dziagwa is unconscious for the Cowboys. 36-21 OSU at the U4 timeout.
  15. Not the start Texas was looking for. Cowboys up 15-3 early. Longhorns turning the ball over and giving Oklahoma State easy looks.

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