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College Football News Preview 2021: Texas Season Preview, Prediction, and Outlook with everything you need to know.

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– What you need to know: Offense | defense
– Top player | Key to the season
– What will happen, you win the total prediction
– Texas Longhorns Schedule Analysis
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2020 record: 7-3 total, 5-3 in Big 12
Head coach: Steve Sarkisian, 1st year (46-35 total)
2020 CFN Final Ranking: 18
2020 CFN Preview Ranking: 14
2019 CFN Final Ranking: 29

Texas Longhorns College Football 2021 Preview: Offense

– Okay, let’s see if that works. Steve Sarkisian wasn’t your average assistant coach in Alabama. While there is only one man running the Crimson Tide show, the offense has taken to an entirely different level when Sarkisian has been at the helm as offensive coordinator for the past two seasons – he had the full respect of Nick Saban with tremendous results.

The guy knows how to make an offensive move, the former Bama offensive coach – and Rutgers head coach – the new Longhorn OC Kyle Flood is fantastic at getting production out of the top five and now it’s time to fix a great situation .

It’s not that Texas had problems on offense, averaging 475 yards and 43 points per game. That was great. Now it’s time to do even more when eight starters return. But …

– Sam Ehlinger is no longer there. The heart-and-soul leader in the last few years of the Tom Herman era has been great, but there is hope that Casey Thompson will be even more of a great actor. The brilliance of filling in for Ehlinger in the Alamo Bowl – 8 out of 10 for 170 yards and four points against Colorado – showed glimpses of his upward trend, but redshirt freshman Hudson Card is right there on the hunt for the gig.

Three of the top five receivers are back – led by Joshua Moore, who caught 30 passes for 472 yards and a score – but there’s a lot of talent coming into play. Cade Brewer is a solid, close ending who gets the ball more.

Speaking of ball more …

– Bijan Robinson was the team’s superstar recruit, but he only ran 86 times and got 15 passes. However, he averaged more than eight yards per pop, scored a total of six touchdowns, and became one of college football’s most dangerous homerun hitters in the final games of last year. He is the main runner, but Roshon Johnson weighing 6-2,223 pounds will also be part of the rotation.

You will be working behind a line that will bring back four of the five starters who go into the bowl game, but it will be shuffling a bit. Jake Majors will stay in the middle, but Flood and the coaching team will play around with the configuration during the off-season.

– What You Need To Know: Defense
– Top player | Key to the season
– What will happen, you win the total prediction
– Texas Longhorns Schedule Analysis

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