Hook 'em - Texas football summaries Texas opens season with road win vs BYU 63-14 The Longhorns had a few questions coming into the season on offense after replacing long-time Colt McCoy at QB. Senior Sherrod Harris won the job in camp and didn't dissappoint in the opening game, leading the Longhorns to a quality win on the road, 63-14. Harris finished the game (in the early 3rd quarter) 14-18 for 288 yards and 4 TD's. The story of the game was the Texas offensive line, which gave Harris great time in the pocket and dominated in the running game. 4 Texas RB's, led by Cody Johnsons 110 yards, combined to run for over 300 yards. The only downside from the game was the offenses red zone turnovers (a fumble at the 1 yard line and a pick inside the 10) and the Texas defense's inability to create turnovers on the other side of the ball. The Longhorns now have to prepare for a big showdown with 2009 Pac 10 champion Oregon in week 2.