The No. 16 Texas Longhorns were upended by the Missouri Tigers Saturday, putting the Longhorns back in the loss column and forcing them back to the drawing board offensively.
Missouri kept Texas out of the endzone for the first time since 2004 when Oklahoma blanked the Longhorns in the Red River Rivalry.
With Malcolm Brown and Joe Bergeron already facing injury troubles coming into the game, Fozzy Whittaker suffered a knee injury in the first quarter, placing even more stress on Texas' running back depth.
Texas mustered just 247 yards of offense, a far cry from what it was able to manage against Kansas and Texas Tech.
The report card is in, and the grades are reflective of a struggle.