Texas Longhorns: 59 – UTEP: 3 GAME REVIEW!

Texas Longhorns: 59 – UTEP: 3 GAME REVIEW!

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The Texas Longhorns throttled UTEP 59-3 to start the 2020 season 1-0. Here are some quick thoughts:
 

Mike Yurchich’s up-tempo offense was on display and struck on the first play of the game with a Sam Ehlinger-to-Josh Moore TD.

Junior WR Brennan Eagles, who did not start, looked off and not ready.
 
Chris Ash’s defense was great on group tackling. Josh Thompson looked like a natural at CB. The defensive line and linebackers showed depth.
 
Josh Moore has speed to stretch the defense.
 
Tarik Black looked like a starter at WR.
 
The first three possessions rotated Roschon Johnson then Keaontay Ingram then Bijan Robinson at RB. The run blocking needs to improve. Robinson finished with the best yards-per-carry average.
 
Sam is snapping the ball off faster. He had a career high for passing yards in the first half.
 
Who’s this Schooler long-haired, West Coast, Pac 12 kid? He made an impact.
 
The tight ends could make a much bigger impact in this offense.

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