Special teams not so special
Midseason review: Texas set high standard in offseason but has struggled
Updated: October 18, 2012, 12:34 AM ETBy Carter Strickland | HornsNation
AUSTIN, Texas -- Well, Alex King has looked good. So ends our discussion on Texas' special teams. OK, there is more. But it's the type of reading that needs to be done through webbed-fingers and in the company of a strong support group with Kleenex at the ready. Yeah, it's that bad. Save for one explosive return by D.J. Monroe and what is an incredible propensity for putting up blocks, special teams has become the time for well-timed ice-cold beverage-runs. It might only be that bad because, like the rest of the Texas team, it was supposed to be so good.
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