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2015 Texas Longhorns Football Schedule

The Texas Longhorns are looking to turn the program around after some tough seasons. The 2015 Texas Longhorns Football Schedule starts out rough but they still have six games at home this season.

2014 record: 6-7, 4-5 Big 12

2015 season-win total: 6 wins (-130 over, +100 under)

The Longhorns lost 31-7 to Arkansas in the Advocare Texas Bowl last season, their second straight game being blown out after falling 48-10 to TCU in the season finale.

Six offensive starters come back to this year’s team, five more return on defense. The Longhorns are going to have a tough game right out the gate to start, traveling to take on Notre Dame in the season opener. After that non-conference games against Rice and California will be played at home.

Senior running back Johnathan Gray needs to lead this group on offense. If the offensive line can be productive up front and allow Gray to run down hill, the Longhorns should be able to run the football effectively.

Charlie Strong’s group should have a solid defense this year, if they can score points they should have a decent year.

September

5   at Notre Dame

12 Rice

19 California

26 Oklahoma State

October

3   at TCU

10 vs Oklahoma (at Dallas)

24 Kansas State

31 at Iowa State

November

7   Kansas

14 at West Virginia

26 Texas Tech

December

5  at Baylor

MovieWashington Redskins: 2015 NFL Free Picks & Betting Odds

With five bad seasons out of the last six, pro bettors Teddy Covers and Steve Fezzik are thinking it is pretty likely another rough year is on the horizon. The one winning season was an aberration, which helps to life this NFC team’s projected win total sit a little higher than it should, opening up an opportunity for bettors. As the guys point out, Robert Griffin III is past his athletic prime and he never really shaped up to be the player Washington expected, so you can expect for of the same from the team in 2015.