How Houston Cougars Can Salvage 2014 Season After Abysmal Loss to UTSA

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How Houston Cougars Can Salvage 2014 Season After Abysmal Loss to UTSA
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Houston was walloped by UTSA in their home opener.

The University of Houston opened its brand-new stadium the worst way possible last Friday night. The Cougars were shellacked by the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners in front of the largest home-campus crowd in UH history.

The Cougars were soundly whipped in all facets of the game. Down 14-0 after the first half, UTSA put Houston away on the opening drive of the second and went on to coast to a 27-7 victory at TDECU Stadium.

Despite the devastating loss, Houston fans remain hopeful head coach Tony Levine and the Coogs can work out the kinks—and they were plentifulbefore Houston begins American Athletic Conference play in October against defending champion Central Florida.

Here are three critical elements Levine and company must greatly improve.

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