Greetings, with feet still on the home base before an early flight tomorrow morning and then a probably-faster-than-the-law-allows drive down to Austin. I hope we’ve done our job thus far and looked at WVU and Texas and their game Saturday night, but there’s always more to say and always more to ask.
Meantime, Texas is sneaky good on offense because the Longhorns decided to adapt or else.
“We need to have better offensive play, therefore our quarterback needs to play better and the one thing we need to do better is score more points,” Brown said a few days after picking sophomore David Ash to lead the offense in 2012. “This is a points-driven league and if you start looking at the number of points we’ve scored, we’ve been averaging in the upper 20s a game.
“That’s not enough. The year we won the national championship (2005) we averaged 51 points per game. We averaged 40-plus points for a long time. We need to get back to those numbers.”