- Carter Strickland, Reporter, HornsNation
AUSTIN, Texas -- In the past two weeks, against two top-10 opponents, the Texas offense has produced three touchdowns.
For all the talk of a new offense, Texas is getting some of the same old results. At least that has been the case when Texas has lined up against teams that it used to be able to stack up against -- Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
Sure, things have changed. The play calling is less predictable. But, at times, it is erratic. The personnel has changed, too. But it, too, can be erratic.
As Texas reaches the mid-point of its season, third down and red zone stats show some of the offense's struggles.