Even after a slow start, the Texas Longhorns were able to rout the Kansas Jayhawks, 35-13. While their performance should temper some expectations, it is no reason for fans to jump ship.
Just to get the bad news out of the way, Mack Brown's team came out flat. Case McCoy threw an interception on Texas' first drive, the Jayhawks had a 70-yard opening drive and the 'Horns were up by just eight halfway through the third quarter.
Everything after that was gravy. The team rushed for over 200 yards for the third consecutive game, and the defense continues to get after it under Greg Robinson.
They weren't the 2005 Longhorns, but they weren't the 2010 ones either.
What the Longhorns have is another solid win to build off of, along with the expected issues that need to be ironed out.
The same cannot be said for the third-year Longhorn Network fresh off its final telecast of the season.