Texas Football: Midseason Grades for Players and Coaches

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Texas Football: Midseason Grades for Players and Coaches
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Half the season is in the books for the Texas Longhorns, and their 4-2 start has been anything but predictable.

After Texas followed its implosion against BYU with another unforgiving defensive effort against Ole Miss, the Longhorns were staring at a 1-2 mark heading into Big 12 play.

Easy was hardly the adjective used to describe Texas' victories over Kansas State and Iowa State. Escaped is the more accurate description.

But in the face of uncertainty and doubt coming from all over the Texas fan base, the Longhorns have started conference play with an unblemished 3-0 record and their Big 12 Title aspirations still intact.

Credit deserves to be given where due, but how much does Texas' win over Oklahoma change the outlook of the first half of the 2013 season?

Here are is the midseason report card for the Longhorns' players and staff.

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