Gameday glance: No. 15 Texas at BYU, Sept. 7, 5 p.m. (7 items)
Following a loss during week one, BYU will be looking to bounce back quickly in a big matchup with No. 15 Texas.
The Cougars will need an offensive spark to stay with the Longhorns, who come into the contest with a bevy of returning starters and national title aspirations.
BYU quarterback Taysom Hill will be under the microscope, after putting up weak passing numbers against the Virginia Cavaliers last week. The Texas defensive front, led by Jackson Jeffcoat, will try to continue to disrupt the Cougars' sophomore quarterback.
Here is a glance into what both teams will face on gameday.
1 of 7. At a glance
Saturday, 5 p.m. MDT
LaVell Edwards Stadium (63,470)
Radio: 1160 AM
Weather: Cloudy skies, with a chance for a storm. Temperatures in the 80s.
2 of 7. The stakes
For BYU The Cougars are looking for their first win of the season, and a top-15 upset, in their home-opener.
3 of 7. The trends
For BYU The Cougars are 15-19 all-time against Big 12 opponents. Their last victory vs. the Big 12 came in 2009 against No. 3 Oklahoma.
4 of 7. The edge
BYU will win if The Cougars can jumpstart their go-fast-go-hard offense by eliminating mistakes and generating long drives that result in points.