Horns Have to Do More, Learn on the Fly | Horns Illusrated
Habe on the Horns - By Steve Habel/Associate Editor
For much of the first five games of the 2014 season, the Texas football team has suffered from the “one-step-up, two-steps-back” syndrome. For every one of the Horns’ dominating defensive performances, there’s been a counterbalance of poor play on offense, or – as in UT’s 28-7 loss to Baylor on Oct. 4 – a breakdown on special teams, too.
The key to Texas winning games it’s not supposed to be like those against BYU, UCLA and Baylor (the Horns’ three losses) the key is to bringing every aspect of play – offense, defense and special teams – together at the same time.