Pretend We're Football breaks down how great the Kansas series sweep is, where it puts Texas, and what is up with the streaky play from the Longhorns. Then they take a look at the next three games to end the season and just how much OU sucks.
4th and 5 goes over every one of the February commits, what they bring to the table and where that leaves their position group for the 2022 or 2023 class. Then they list out who is next and how Texas will attack the trenches in 2022.
Pretend We're Football stops you from losing your head over Texas absolutely collapsing vs WVU. Yes, it sucked, and they go over what happened, but they also refocus fans on what really matters. After that they break down the games coming up vs Kansas and Texas Tech.
4th and 5 puts a nice neat bow on the 2021 class before moving on to breaking down the 2022 class. They explain why they are so excited about this staff's approach to recruiting and how Texas succeeds in this difficult recruiting landscape they find themselves in.
Pretend We're Football takes a quick look back at the Oklahoma game and puts the frustration of that game into a historical perspective that only Texas fans can appreciate
Then they give the keys to the game against Baylor if Texas hopes to end their unbeaten streak.
Josh and Noah are joined by special guest Will Baizer to go ALL GAS NO BRAKES and discuss the 2021 Texas football coaching staff, where the question marks are on Sark's inaugural staff, and thoughts on the Mike Stoops situation.
4th and 5 takes a deep dive into the extremely exciting new staff that Steve Sarkisian has built at Texas over the past month. What should Texas fans expect out of the new staff, what should they look for in the new defense, and where will the players on the roster fit into the new roles on the team?
Pretend We're Football takes a look at what Texas faces when they resume their season as they take on OU and Kentucky. What do those teams bring to the court and how can Texas take home two W's?
Pretend We're Football breaks down what exactly went wrong vs Texas Tech, how Texas bounces back, and what the rest of the Big 12 slate looks like. What should Longhorn fans expect now that we've gotten a 6 game sample size in conference of this team?