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Discussion in 'Big XII Conference' started by cycophagus, Oct 19, 2019.
TX let Williams run for almost 200 yards. What the heck is wrong with their defense? I know they are down a couple players, but most of those are DBs.
Their defense hasn't been that good all year.
I really, REALLY don't miss the days of watch us lose every single week and then getting SUPER excited when we almost win, manufacture some ill advised hope, and then still find a way to lose consistently.
Texas is on pace for statistically the worst defense in their history. Reminds me of when a 2-10 Iowa State team lost 48-45 there a few years ago.
why sad? Every conference has bad teams.
The horns almost lost to Kansas!
Congrats on your excitement over a moral victory.
sad because it would be more fun to always and unequivocally root for horns-down.
Thanks. We lost 12-7 to Coastal Carolina so I will take it with no hesitation. Kansas played well on the road against a ranked team. It's been awhile. Wish we won but that was a good game.
Weird for you, not for me. To each their own. I seem to be able to mentally track posting on two different sites at the same time and I knew your site would have a thread already going. If you didnt then I wouldn't have posted here.
Post how you're comfortable and I'll do the same. If normal people think I am weird, that's fine. I think normal people are weird so it's to be expected.
Herman just isn’t at the level that UT paid for.
This shouldn't surprise anyone. Texas has a history of looking past teams they consider inferior...including us. That gets exacerbated by a head coach who is a Mensa member and a d!ckhead who personally looks down on "inferior" programs. This is much more about Texas than KU.
Gawd I hope we annihilate them in Trice. Should be cold and miserable for those Texas boys...
Texas did make some progress this week, moving past Kansas into the #9 Big 12 defense...allowing 469 yds per game. Kansas...471 yds per game.
Okie State certainly nothing to cheer about...443 yds per game.
Hard to believe that's the same team that physically pounded Georgia right into the turf.
And was competitive with LSU.
They did lose like 8 of 11 defensive starters from last year though I think.