Found August 31, 2013 on HornSports.com:
Photo credit: John Reed-US PRESSWIRE Should be fairly simple this week, but we all know a 52-7 win is going to make the fan base feel much better than a 37-17 win. To make things right with the world headed to Provo next week, the Longhorns must: 1. Tackle, Tackle, Tackle, Fundamentals, Fundamentals, Fundamentals If New Mexico State is man enough to lay their junk on the table, drive down the field, and score a touchdown, that’s one thing. Not that anyone wants to see that, but after watching Wyoming get cheap yards last year, not to mention making studs out of guys who quit school like Andrew Buie of West Virginia, the Longhorns better not come out again with crap tackling and blown assignments. No two guys following the man in motion like against Oklahoma State. No guys I’ve never heard of getting 200 yards. None of that mess. 2. Take away the Aggies passing game I want to see the Aggies have to run the football a lot out of their spread tonight. That means this new secondary did ...
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