The Texas Longhorns came away from their first game of the season with a win over Wyoming. Despite the victory, the Horns are still far from where they would like to be as a BCS contender.
For the upcoming game against New Mexico, one of college football's worst defensive teams last year, the Longhorns are in a position to build off of what they were able to piece together last weekend in both phases of the game.
Offensively, can the passing game get some more explosive plays, and will the running game take off even faster with potentially more touches for the young running backs?
Defensively, will the Texas secondary tighten up after the miscues last weekend?
And what of the kicking game?
Here are five questions to think about for this weekend's matchup against New Mexico.