The boys are back to talk the TCU game, Fat Patterson's complaints about Bijan's workload, and Noah nailing his hot take. Then they psyche themselves up for the Red River Shootout, celebrating Josh's vindication after an offseason of shit talking Spencer Rattler's abilities and previewing what to expect from the Sooner offense and defense.
Josh and Noah grip it and rip it on this stream-of-consciousness-style breakdown of the Texas Tech game, discussing the offense and when the appropriate time is to sell your soul to the Kool-aid lifestyle. And that time may be upon us as the guys look ahead to the upcoming game against the TCU Horned Frogs.
4th and 5 runs through the Texas Tech beatdown like Texas ran through the Red Raiders defense. Thoroughly and without regard for humanity. They break down what they loved about the offensive game plan and what the defense could have done better.
Then they look forward to the purple kryptonite of TCU. Where are the Frogs most dangerous and how should Texas counter.
Josh and Noah discuss whether or not anything that happened during the Rice game can be extrapolated on, from the OL's issues to the RB room's dominance and everything in between. They also look ahead to Texas Tech and attempt to pronounce Ezukanma reliably as they predict the upcoming game against the Red Raiders at DKR.
4th and 5 break down the meat and potatoes of the win over Rice. They nitpick what the defense could have done better in a shutout and what they liked about the offense.
Afterwards, they switch their diet to be more wheat based, as the tortillas of Lubbock make their way to Austin. What does Texas Tech bring to the field and what are the keys for Texas to get the win.
Josh and Noah return to discuss what in the good Lord's name happened to the Horns in Fayetteville, breaking down issues they saw from the defense, Hudson Card, the offensive line, and the WR corps. They then attempt to put on a happy face as they look ahead to the upcoming game against the Rice Owls back home at DKR, and some surprising secrets are learned about Noah.
4th and 5 breaks down what went wrong in Fayetnam with lots of square peg and round hole puns, comments, and jokes. What was wrong with the offensive and defensive gameplan, what to think about the QB transition to Casey Thompson, and where does Texas go from here? What changes need to be seen.
4th and 5 invites on the godfather of Texas media, Steve Ross, to break down the surprisingly stress-free win over #23 Louisiana before he dives into the history of the Texas and Arkansas rivalry and why hate they hate us (hint: they hate us because they ain't us). Then the crew breaks down the Arkansas match up and what to watch for.