UT football has to have season’s best defensive performance to stop Texas Tech
By Steve Habel, Senior Editor
AUSTIN, Texas — It’s a case of "out of the frying pan and into the fire" this week for the Texas football team, which will try to take what it learned in a 35-34 win against Baylor into Saturday’s game against explosive Texas Tech.
The Longhorns have a mountain to scale to earn their first road win of the season: namely, Tech quarterback Pat Mahomes III, who as the nation’s leading passer (440 yards per game) is the triggerman for the country’s second-ranked (600 yards per game) and scoring offense (47.4 points per game).
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