Three questions: Texas vs. Oklahoma 

October, 11, 2012
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Each week we take a look at three of the burning questions that face Texas as it prepares for the next opponent. This week the No. 15 Longhorns take on No. 13 Oklahoma in Dallas:

1. Can Texas pressure OU into mistakes?
The Longhorns should be able to do just that. Texas has averaged 3.7 sacks per game in the last three games and the production out of ends Alex Okafor and Jackson Jeffcoat has been tremendous. The pair teamed up for a touchdown against WVU and Okafor blocked a field goal. Oklahoma does not have a veteran offensive line and has not faced a pass rush like Texas’ yet.
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