The Jayhawks offense and Longhorn defense make a perfect pair — Kansas came into Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium as the second worst total offense in the Big 12. Together they dismantled the 21-point spread that favored the Longhorns and made way for the 50-48 shootout that crowned Texas victorious.
All of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium had its hands above their heads in angst. A week after losing to its rival, Texas had returned home — hoping to get a boost from the crowd and gain a win to counter the loss column.
After two consecutive conference losses, Texas regained its footing in the Big 12 race with a 2-1 win on the road against Baylor. The Longhorns now sit in second place in the conference with a record of 4–2.
Texas women’s cross country will reignite the famous in-state rivalry with Texas A&M when it travels to College Station, Texas, to compete in the Arturo Barrios Invitational on Saturday. It will be the final meet for the Longhorns before the Big 12 Championship on Nov. 2.
On Saturday, the struggling Kansas Jayhawks will provide the Longhorns with a great opportunity to add another game to their win column, but a star running back might stand in Texas’ way. Here are four Kansas players to watch against Texas this weekend:
The Longhorns look to redeem themselves against the Kansas Jayhawks (2–4) this Saturday following last week’s loss to Oklahoma. Considered 21-point favorites in the matchup, this game will give Texas an opportunity to shake off last week’s performance.
A 437-acre campus, dorm living, time management and other factors make it challenging for students to develop a routine and get comfortable. For the freshmen of the Texas basketball team, that challenge isn’t any different.