Texas vs. Iowa State: 5 Improvements Fans Need to See from Longhorns' Defense

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Texas vs. Iowa State: 5 Improvements Fans Need to See from Longhorns' Defense
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The Texas Longhorns picked up a much-needed bye week that will have them well rested for their Thursday night showdown against Iowa State in Ames, Iowa.

After a 1-2 start, Texas opened conference play with a win over Kansas State, which was a step in the right direction if there was one to be had after three games.

The Longhorns played a physical, run-stopping brand of defense that they haven't played in a long time, as they held the Wildcats to an average of just three yards rushing per carry.

Texas opens with a clean slate for Big 12 play, and at 1-0, is currently aligned for its championship aspirations, but big improvements still need to be made.

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