Texas Football: Winners and Losers from the Week 3 Game vs. Ole Miss

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Texas Football: Winners and Losers from the Week 3 Game vs. Ole Miss
Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE

The Texas offense came alive in its 66-31 rough-up in Oxford Saturday night, and the Longhorns are off the schnide as far as production and early starts.

David Ash and a seemingly fluid offense scored 24 points in the first half, and with the help of a Steve Edmond pick-six on Ole Miss' second drive, Texas went into the half ahead 31-10.

Offensively, it was a brilliant game for a group that needed some sort of validation and confidence booster as it heads into Big 12 play following the bye week.

But despite all the positives from the win, there are still some concerns to be ironed out in the coming weeks.

In this week's edition of winners and losers, there are clearly more of the former than the latter. Let's take a look.

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