We were right about two things...
Lots of points and big plays.
The scoring did slow down in the 2nd quarter, but Oklahoma state is owning the offensive side of the ball, pounding it down UT's throat and winning the yardage battle.
However, as we often see, that does not translate into a lead.
One turnover (Walsh INT) and a 100 yd KO return have the Longhorns in the lead 21-17.
And one HUGE thing is obvious....
Monken is afraid to let Walsh air it out.
Walsh's arm has looked weak on the longer out throws he's made, and he surprisingly has not attempted stuff down the middle since the interception by Vaccarro. I put that on Jackson, as rule #1 on short hook routes is that the WR MUST come back to the QB. He faded backwards, allowing the defender to cut in front.
Let's see what Monken figures out for the second half, but I'll say this...he better find his balls, because he's definitely lost them.
Oh.....JOSEPH RANDLE IS THE MAN.