The Texas Longhorns are fresh off an explosive 66-31 win over Ole Miss in Oxford, marking the completion of the Horns' first road game of the season and a display that looks to have a very positive influence down the road.
Texas posted over 650 yards of offense in the win, but allowed the Rebels to pick up almost 400 yards by virtue of the big play, something that has plagued the Longhorns over the course of their 3-0 start.
A timely bye week before Texas begins Big 12 play against Oklahoma State is a welcomed reprieve. The Longhorns coaching staff would be wise to revisit the fundamentals in tackling and discipline at least a time or two or three.
And with the toughest four-game stretch of the season, at Oklahoma State, vs. West Virginia, vs. Oklahoma (in Dallas) and vs. Baylor, the Longhorns will want to sharpen up.
So what questions face the Longhorns as they take a week off the schedule?