The Texas Longhorns (4-1, 1-1) put themselves in a position to win the game, thanks to some timely forced turnovers on defense. But, a botched snap ultimately may have cost them a victory.
In that 48-45 loss to West Virginia, the Longhorns had a thick showing of good and bad.
Both the offensive and defensive units took some time to really establish rhythm, and stopping the Mountaineers offense proved to be just as difficult a task as imagined.
Humbled by defeat, Texas moves back into its preparation for its next opponent in Oklahoma.
But first, we look at the winners and losers from Saturday night.