By Steve Habel, Senior Contributing Writer
AUSTIN, Texas — Halfway into the 2019 college football season, both No. 15-ranked Texas and Kansas are about where pundits expected them to be after six games. But the Longhorns and Jayhawks will have plenty to prove, and improve on, when they meet Saturday evening in Austin, Texas.
The Longhorns (4-2 overall, 2-1 in Big 12 play) have flirted with being really good, losing only to then-No. 6 LSU (ranked No. 2 in the latest Associated Press poll) in week 2, and fifth-ranked Oklahoma last week, both by just seven points.
But the loss to OU exposed