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Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide

Big running plays have been few and far between

The season ain't over, but the argument here is the first thing Texas must fix in the off-season is its rushing offense.

The argument here is Old School, if not (presumably) obvious: you don't win championships if you can't run the ball. Texas netted 70 rushing yards (on 25 attempts against an inspired but otherwise mediocre Texas A&M run defense in Friday's loss. Texas has not run the ball consistently well all season. Texas' spread offense, emphasizing zone runs where a stationary RB is handed the ball five...

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