The Texas defense thought things were tough last week.
The Longhorns went into the Red River Rivalry facing college football’s most prolific offense in Oklahoma. They do so again this week with Oklahoma State.
No. 10 Oklahoma State (5-1 overall, 2-1 Big 12) heads to Austin this week having beaten Texas (3-3, 2-1) four consecutive times at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. More than that, the Cowboys bring the nation’s best offense deep into the heart of Texas.
Quarterback Mason Rudolph leads the country in total offense (406.5) and passing yards (394.7) per game. Big-play wideout James Washington leads the country in receiving yards per game (147). Running back Justice Hill leads the Big 12 Conference in rushing yards per game (105.5).
How is it that OSU is so good at seemingly everything on offense?
“Uh,” Herman began with a laugh, “how much time you got?”
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