The Texas Longhorns blanked New Mexico Saturday night in a 45-0 effort that saw the Longhorns defense bend but never break.
Aided by successful halftime adjustments, Texas stifled a Lobos offense that scored 66 points and rushed for almost 350 yards in its first game.
Meanwhile, the Texas offense looked to open up its passing game, and David Ash responded with some improvement from last week, all the while getting support from a flurry of playmakers.
Who impressed and who looked lost?
Here are the Week 2 ups and downs for the Longhorns.