Daily Round Up: Friday, Oct. 19, 2012


The Horns are having an identity crisis. [ESPN]

Bryan Harsin needs to create more opportunities. [AAS]

It all depends on David Ash. [ESPN]

Alex Okafor better be right. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

Texas Longhorns defensive end Alex Okafor considers Reggie Wilson one of college football's best backups. That's about to change.


Read more here: http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com/colleges/2012/10/reggie-wilson-finally-gets-his-chance.html#storylink=cpy

Horns Nation looks at Texas' rush defense. [ESPN]

Just wow. [Orangebloods]

It's been interesting to watch Greg Davis at Iowa this season under Kirk Ferentz, a former linebacker and former offensive line coach under Bill Belichick, who has always preached a physical brand of football with lightly regarded recruits.

Davis is now operating a power running attack featuring RB Mark Weisman (105 ypg) and won at Michigan State, 19-16, with that offense last weekend. You heard me. Greg Davis is running a physical running attack. Why? Because Kirk Ferentz demands it of his players and coaches it every day.

Place your bets. [Kegs N' Eggs]


Art Briles thinks Texas can stop the bleeding. [Dallas Morning News]

The Bears are ready to make it four straight wins. [Waco Tribune]

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