World News – United States – Texas Football: Corso thinks it’s the deciding game of the season


A truly critical game for fourth-year Texas football head coach Tom Herman is on the agenda this afternoon of the week off Texas set to face head coach Dave Aranda and the Baylor Bears at home on October 24 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, with kick off scheduled for 2:30 p.m. CT

Texas enter this game with a 2-2 record (1-2 Big 12), following their tough four overtime losses at the hands of head coach Lincoln Riley and the Oklahoma Sooners in October 10, by the final score of 53-45 The other loss of the season so far for the Longhorns came against TCU Horned Frogs in October 3

Longhorns seek their first win of October against Baylor The only other chance they’ll have to secure their second Big 12 win this month would come in October 31 on the road in Stillwater against the Oklahoma State Cowboys

Meanwhile, Baylor comes into that game 1-1 (1-1 Big 12) They had their originally scheduled October 17 home game against Oklahoma State pushed back on December 12 to following a number of new cases of coronavirus for their players and staff The last game Baylor played resulted in an overtime loss in their first Big 12 road game in October 3 vs. West Virginia Mountaineers

Pretty much all the pressure falls on Herman and the Longhorns in this game, and ESPN College GameDay personality Lee Corso gave his thoughts on the Longhorns and how they are to win this game against Baylor this weekend. end He basically said it was a tie-breaker for Herman and the Longhorns

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While Corso has had some interesting takes on the College GameDay lately, he’s in a pretty good position with this one. Here’s what Corso had to say about it (monologue courtesy of 247Sports)

Texas are double-digit favorites ahead of kickoff against Baylor They need this one to get back on track in the Big 12 and take much of the pressure off the shoulders of Herman Texas came under scrutiny during the holiday week

This is their chance to get back on track and start making an effort to secure a spot in the Big 12 Championship game. Things certainly won’t get any easier from here on either, as the Longhorns still have likes like Oklahoma State, Kansas State and Iowa State on the schedule for the rest of the season

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