The Horns have possibly the easier schedule of all the undefeated teams. After trouncing Oklahoma State, it looks as if no team is safe from the demolition derby known as the Texas Longhorns.
But as always, you can't script college football.
Texas has had some offensive woes the past month, but with a pair of cream puffs on deck, they might be able to fix those problems heading into the final stretch.
In this case, it turns out that their biggest threats to their perfect season are their final three opponents.
In other words, Kansas provides a stingy defense that could prove to be harmful to Colt McCoy's magical run. That's not even mentioning that Texas A&M is still as tough as they were when they were winning games.
The Aggies and Jayhawks will look to punish that half-existent offense and put the defense in the hot seat.
But the third challenge will come out of the Big XII North.
I know what you're thinking. Even though the top two teams in the division are boasting losing records, they have been known to play spoiler once or twice.
Hopefully this won't be like last year's Big XII Championship, which saw Oklahoma trounce Mizzou to win the Big XII and the spot in the BCS Championship.
Upset Alert: vs. Kansas, @ Texas A&M, vs. Big XII North Champion