It’s quite simple for No. 15 Texas: Don’t lose. A loss for the Longhorns in either of the two remaining games means elimination from a spot in the Big 12 Championship. While Saturday’s game might be about Texas’ graduating seniors, the underlying message remains the same. If Texas wants to give its seniors a win in their home finale, here’s what needs to happen:
Three months ago, few people thought the Iowa State-Texas matchup would influence the contenders for the Big 12 title. But those are the stakes for both teams with only two weeks remaining in the regular season. A loss for either team would officially end any hope of a conference title, so it is more than fair to expect a slugfest on Saturday. That being said, here are four Iowa State players to watch this weekend:
Not many are knowledgeable of the impact left long ago by James Street, the Longhorns’ winningest quarterback in school history. Among those, a group of 14 high school football players in Little Rock, Arkansas, were chosen to carry on his legacy after being honored with the annual James Street Sportsmanship Award on Monday.
he Longhorns sit at a 6–3 record and are guaranteed a bowl game. But the quality of the bowl, in addition to several important games coming up on the schedule, are still to be determined. After losing at home to Texas Tech last year on a costly turnover from quarterback Sam Ehlinger, the Longhorns have more than just pride to play for this week. Here are your keys to the game:
Texas dropped for the second week in a row after yet another close loss. While the Longhorns dropped to No. 4 in The Daily Texan's power rankings, they weren't the only team making significant moves. Here's how the power rankings are looking after Week 10:
While the bottom half of the Heisman race continues to be a revolving door, one name remains at the top: Tua Tagovailoa. With yet another big week of college football ahead of us, here's how the race shapes up heading into Week 11: