The West Virginia Mountaineers will have plenty to worry about over the coming months as they make the transition into the Big 12 Conference.
WVU will square off with some of the most storied programs in college football history and some of the most talented teams in the country.
One of those squads, Oklahoma, enters the season as the outright favorite to claim the Big 12 crown and the most legitimate national title contender in the conference.
However, the Mountaineers can't worry about the Sooners just yet, because the Texas Longhorns are a much more pressing concern.
This may be a surprise to read, as Texas finished sixth in the conference last year with an overall record of just 8-5.
So why should West Virginia be less worried about the Big 12 favorites and more worried about a team that finished just 4-5 in conference play last year?