The Texas Longhorns opened their season with a 37-17 win over Wyoming, a telling victory in some respects, but otherwise sprinkled with a handful of kinks to iron out.
Texas flexed its muscles on the ground, eating up 280 yards spread healthily across a board of highly capable ball-carriers in what will be a go-to strategy for the Longhorns.
David Ash demonstrated improvement, but is there still work to be done?
Defensively, the Longhorns had an up-and-down kind of night. What worked well and what did not?
Many would say the learning curve between a team's first and second games is the greatest, and while the Longhorns did flash some of its potential on offense, a somewhat vulnerable defense leaves many issues at hand.
So what did we learn from the opener?