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Time to Go All 'Outs'

Texas must get the ball to its real weapons

The running game is non-existent. Now there's no tight end. But what Texas can do is throw the football, meaning it's time for a shift in offensive philosophy for the Longhorns.

It's time for the Texas Longhorns to accept who they are. Once again, the Texas running game struggled to move the ball. At the end of the first half, the Horns had only netted 82 yards on 15 carries and had, like in the previous two games this season, a distinct lack of explosiveness from the run game...well, at least when it was a running back carrying the ball. Like in the opener, Colt McCoy...

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