The Texas Longhorns are halfway through their 2013 season and the year has hardly panned out as expected.
Nineteen returning starters and some mildly celebrated depth on the roster had the whole "Burnt Orange Nation" transfixed on a near-perfect season with a Big 12 title and a BCS appearance.
Currently sitting at 4-2 and coming off of a win over Oklahoma, which snapped a horrendous three-game losing streak, the Longhorns are very far from near-perfect, but their hopes of a conference championship and a big-time bowl game are still alive.
Texas has the weekend off before tripping up Interstate 35 to Fort Worth to battle TCU; a matchup that will continue to test the resolve and determination of this Texas team.
With six games to go, only one can be considered a gimme—Kansas. So with Baylor, TCU, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and West Virginia still on the horizon, where should Texas worry the most?