This Is (Still) Not Texas’ Year

After a close loss to Texas Tech, the Longhorns are in a tough spot yet again

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Through four weeks, we all assumed that Texas would beat Louisiana-Monroe and UTSA easily (which they did). However, after they fell by one point to Alabama (20-19) after arguably outplaying the Crimson Tide all game in Week 2, many people labeled this Longhorns team as “back”. 

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But, that’s unfortunately not the case for them. In Week 4, they fell 37-34 at Texas Tech to fall to 2-2 on the year. Not only that, but they have a tough schedule ahead: vs. West Virginia, at Oklahoma, vs. Iowa State, at Oklahoma State, at Kansas State, vs. TCU, at Kansas and vs. Baylor. 

Up next is a matchup against West Virginia at home. If they lose that contest, the team’s fan base will be in shambles.

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