Discussion in 'On The Field' started by militaryhorn, Sep 30, 2023.
Going to reserve judgment till Iowa State game is over
HORNS UP 44
To me the game yesterday was significant because it represented the first time this season that we have focused at home. That may be an indication of good things to come.
Because we seem to have been more focused on the road prior to yesterday, I really like our chances Saturday:
TX - 48
OU - 21
This feels like one of those years where the most physical/aggressive team will take home the hat
I think we have a clear talent advantage but we need to bring it hard from the start
Horns - 48
Dirt Burglers - 28
@OUBubba get in here and make your call
1) Defense is motivated every game. In the 4th they are brutal on every play.
2) Ewers isn't even listed in Heisman watch on ESPN. QB's from USC, Colorado, Washington, FSU and somewhere else are. (0U)
3) OU sux
Texas 49 OU 14
Texas - 35
Oklahoma - 28
I've sat through too many beatdowns in the Cotton Bowl when Mack was here to ever feel confident when we play OU. Our inability to score in the first half vs KU despite domination is a red flag. I'll never bet against the Horns though. One score games scare the hell out of me but:
ou has faced Arkansas State, SMU, Tulsa, ShittyChilinati, and ISU. Cin was a 14 pt win, SMU was a 17 pt win.
Texas isn't any of those squads.
Most Vegas books have him 3rd.
OU - 28
What’s the line? Guessing TX -6.5…
Almost as good as aggie roller coaster.
I think Texas scores in the 30's and the defense holds OU in the 20's so lets go with
Dude you took my score! Going to wait till Wednesday to make my prediction though.
You can have the same score as someone else.
Texas football opens as 5.5-point favorite over No. 12 Oklahoma
ou hasn't played a really talented team yet. Their defense is much better than last year (not saying much), but they haven't faced an offense like Texas. Their offense is good, but they haven't faced a defense like Texas. Close at half, Texas wears them down late and pulls away.
Zero U 24