There was a lot to like in the Texas Longhorns' 38-7 romp over North Texas. The defense was impenetrable, both Johnathan Gray and Malcolm Brown looked spry and new starter John Harris had a career night at wideout.
In a 31-point win with so many positives, the hope is the rest of the new starters can catch up with Harris before too long.
The Horns entered the night with seven new first-teamers, including three up front on the offensive line. This group struggled as much as anyone, allowing several hits on David Ash and serving up spotty run blocking for most of the night.
Harris gets the highest marks after his dominant night, while the majority of the group must still figure out how to turn their significant talent into on-field success.