2. David Ash
As the JUCO quarterback search continues (which has been narrowed down to Nick Marshall and Tanner McEvoy), David Ash has to prove he is the answer for the Longhorns at Quarterback. Now one game won’t take away his bad performances agaisnt TCU and Oklahoma, but at least show that his progression as a Big 12 quarterback
1. Mack Brown
All of the past 3 years are on Mack Brown. All the failures, all the disappointment, all of it falls on Mack Brown. Mack Brown stopped a 9 game losing streak to AP ranked opponents this year against Texas Tech. That victory doesn’t look as impressive as it once did. Now the Longhorns have a chance to beat a true top 25 team in Oregon State. That means the Longhorns will have to play their best game of the season to beat the Oregon State Beavers. With Texas A&M cleaning up recruiting wise in the State of Texas, this will be Mack Brown’s final pitch to 2014 recruits when many decide before the 2013 season begins. All of this falls on Mack Brown and he has to deliver.