|Gilbert looks to pass (Photo LJ)|
It wasn't a pretty game for either team and Texas definitely made the best effort on both sides of the ball. Lead by QB Garrett Gilbert, the Texas offense made plays when they needed to and didn't turn the ball over. Gilbert caught the Husker's defense off guard by rushing 11 times for 71 yards and two touchdowns. The Longhorn defense had no trouble stopping Nebraska's zone read offense, allowing only 202 yards in the game.
|Martinez no longer "Magic." (Photo LJ)|
The Texas defense deserves credit for slowing Huskers down by efficiently tracking Quarterback Taylor Martinez forcing him to make plays. Nebraska struggled to move the ball throughout the game and when they needed a conversion or a pass caught they weren't able to do it.
This was a big game and another let down by the Huskers.
|Zac Lee looks to spark Huskers (Photo LJ)|