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Five questions that have to be asked after college football Week 4

The Red Raiders are finally playing some defense, and Baylor shows signs of life.

Can we finally get excited about Texas Tech and its defense? Clearly the Texas Tech (3-0) defense has improved from last year. The 27-24 win over Houston marked just the third time in 16 games since the beginning of last season that the Red Raiders held an FBS team to fewer than 30 points. The improvement is encouraging for Tech,…

Surprise star of the weekend: Darius Anderson

EVERY COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEKEND, WE'LL PICK OUT A PLAYER IN THE FBS RANKS WHO ROSE ABOVE EXPECTATIONS

Darius Anderson was a big deal at George Ranch High School. When he signed to TCU, everyone knew he was going to be a talent, but it was believed that he would have two years to sit and learn behind the Horned Frogs’ Kyle Hicks. When Hicks, a 1,000-yard rusher in 2016, was ruled out of Saturday’s tilt against No….

The TCU Horned Frogs defense won the weekend

During college football season, we’ll let you know who won every weekend in the Texas FBS ranks.

We had a hunch. It started when TCU manhandled Jackson State, holding the Tigers to just 65 total yards. Then the Frogs went to Arkansas and shut down an SEC opponent — albeit just the Hogs — holding quarterback Austin Allen to just 9 of 23 passing. A week later, aside from some razzle-dazzle trick plays, the Frogs held SMU’s…

GIF ROUNDUP — The best GIFs from Texas college football Week 4

RELIVE THE BIGGEST MOMENTS FROM COLLEGE FOOTBALL ACROSS TEXAS WITH THE MAGIC AND WONDER OF GIFS.

This is the GIF Roundup, where we recap the best GIFs from the week of Texas college football. Let’s dive in to another crazy weekend of football involving the Lone Star state’s finest. The Christian Kirk show Arkansas will apparently never be able to beat Texas A&M at AT&T Stadium. The Aggies outlasted the Razorbacks, and huge plays by Armani…

HYPE INDEX: Your guide to the Texas college football weekend

What Texas college football games should you stop everything and watch? Which games should you pass by? Find out in the Hype Index.

This is the Texas College Football Hype Index, where Dave Campbell’s Texas Football managing editor Greg Tepper ranks the FBS college football games in Texas from least-watchable to most-watchable. 9: Florida International at Rice, 6:30 p.m. Saturday Two bottom-half Conference USA squads go at it in this one, and it may be Rice’s last best chance at a second conference…

Free Money Week 4: TCU heads to Stillwater, A&M’s weird line & more

This week has something for every Texas college football fan: Big slugfests (TCU vs. OSU and TTU vs. UH), lower profile showdowns (Ark State vs. SMU and UTSA vs. Texas State) and extremely confusing games to predict (A&M vs. Arkansas and FIU vs. Rice).