Predicting The Rest Of Texas' Football Season

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Predicting The Rest Of Texas' Football Season
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34-12 loss. At home. Against an average UCLA Bruins team. Five turnovers. A muffed punt inside the five yard line.

Our worst fears about this team have been realized; Texas is not elite. Hell, they may not even be average.

Our runningbacks can't get loose, our receivers drop passes or catch passes and lose yards, our quarterback can't deliver passes that allow receivers to make plays. Our special teams play stupid.

Garrett Gilbert's passes get tipped, intercepted and occasionally returned for touchdowns. He gets enough time to pass the ball, yet he often panics and begins to scramble before a play even breaks down.

We got hammered, and I mean hammered, at home by a team that will at best be 8-4 at the end of the season.

Our team has no confidence. They lack pride, and they don't show any signs of turning it around in time for the Red River Shootout next week in Dallas.

Unless something explodes in the next few weeks, Texas will look awful all year.

Based on what we've seen so far, here's some predictions at the rest of the Longhorns' football season. May God help us all.

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