The Texas Longhorns will look to silence the critics Saturday against a BYU team, which embarrassed Texas last season.
The Longhorns have heard about how terrible the performance was against BYU for the past year, and the team is fed up with it.
"I'm still embarrassed about it," senior cornerback Quandre Diggs said of last season's loss to BYU. "I really don't want to talk about it, but that's what I'm here for. It was embarrassing, but it's another game to play on Saturday and I guarantee we'll be ready to go."
It's safe to say revenge will be in the eyes of the Texas Longhorns Saturday night.
But the recent injuries to quarterback David Ash (concussion) and center Dominic Espinosa (ankle) will make that revenge much more difficult to obtain.
Can the Longhorns step up to the challenge and prove it can shut down the Cougars' potent offense?
Let's take a look.
When: Saturday, Sept. 6, 7:30 p.m. ET
Where: Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas
TV: Fox Sports 1
Austin radio: KVET 98.1/1300
SiriusXM satellite radio: XM 202, Sirius 117, Internet 969, Spanish 550
Last meeting: Sept. 7, 2013, LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo, Utah
Last meeting outcome: BYU 40, Texas 21
Tuesday's spread: Texas (-3.5), per VegasInsider.com