On the Big 12 football coaches conference call Monday morning, Texas head coach Charlie Strong said he was pleased with his Longhorns' performance against Iowa State, but was quick to mention one game does not define the team.
Strong has emphasized to the defense that just because it played well against Iowa State does not mean it doesn't have anything left to prove.
When asked about Bill Snyder and his Kansas State team, Strong referred to the Wildcats as "a team that doesn't beat themselves." K-State does not lose many games at home.
With the number of young players on the roster, the head coach has made it a point of emphasis to discuss the performances the Longhorns have experienced in Manhattan, Kansas as a way to teach the players what to expect on the road.
"We haven't been very successful out there ourselves," Strong said. "It's going to be a challenge for us."
Strong further discussed Kansas State, gave an update on a Longhorn preparing to transfer from Texas and more during his weekly press conference Monday at 11 a.m. CT.
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