The Longhorns have shown they’re not a bunch likely to escape any matchup unscatched — not against Oklahoma, not against West Virginia, not even against 3–8 Kansas, the lone team remaining between them and a berth in the conference title game.
With only one week of regular season football remaining, Kyler Murray continues to close the gap between him and Tua Tagovailoa. With a strong performance against West Virginia, things could get interesting. Here's how the Heisman race is shaping up heading into Week 12.
On Friday, Texas returns to the same spot with the hopes of avenging one of the program’s worst losses in its history and clinch an appearance in this year’s Big 12 Championship. But with the Jayhawks not playing in a bowl game, this will be Kansas’ final chance to leave the season on a positive note. Here are four Jayhawks who will look to spoil Texas’ season:
With a win against Iowa State behind them, it’s easy for the Longhorns to look past Kansas and ahead to the Big 12 Championship game in Jerry’s World. But we also know what happened the last time Texas looked past Kansas. If the Longhorns want to play for the Big 12 title, here’s what needs to happen:
With Texas' Big 12 hopes riding on a victory in Lawrence, Kansas, Oklahoma and West Virginia must battle it out in Morgantown for a spot in the conference title. Here's a look at all of the must-watch games in the final week of the regular season.
Two years ago, the Longhorns lost in overtime on the road to Kansas, effectively ending the Charlie Strong Era. In order for Texas to not commit the sins of teams prior, it will need to do several things. Here are your keys to the game:
The winner of the No. 15 Texas vs. No. 16 Iowa State matchup would have the best shot at reaching the Big 12 Championship as a result of the Oklahoma State upset. All of a sudden, Senior Night wasn’t the biggest storyline for the night.