By Steve Habel/Senior Editor
AUSTIN, Texas — In the week-to-week grind of the college football season, wins – regardless of which teams are lined up across the line of scrimmage – are something to be celebrated, especially by a Texas team that has suffered through three straight losing campaigns and opened its 2017 schedule with a clank in falling to Maryland.
But there’s no doubt that a Longhorn win this week on the road at No. 4 USC could be a program changer and send all of those who doubt the progress Texas is making under first-year coach Tom Herman into a time-out corner, at least for about 12 days.
Herman met with the media Monday to put