The Texas Longhorns (4-6, 2-5) head east on Saturday to face the West Virginia Mountaineers (4-6, 2-5) at Milan Puskar Stadium. Both programs have had their share of adversity this season, but it's the Longhorns that have lost five-straight are in jeopardy of missing out on a bowl invite for the first time since 2016.
Texas has won the last two games between these two in Morgantown, but they will be without running back Bijan Robinson, who essentially was the spark on the Longhorns' offense each week until his injury last week against Kansas.
West Virginia is in the top 50 in total defense amongst FBS teams, and the Longhorns will need to find a way to move the ball, one way or another, as well as stop Mountaineer running back Leddie Brown if they want to have a shot at a road win.
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