OCT. 3: AT TCU
Amon-Carter Stadium, Fort Worth
You’ve got to assume that TCU, which opens with Minnesota, Stephen F. Austin, SMU and Texas Tech, will be 4-0 at this point and possibly even ranked as high as No. 1, depending on what preseason favorite Ohio State has done against Virginia Tech, Hawaii, Northern Illinois and Western Michigan. An array of playmakers surrounds quarterback Trevone Boykin, the Heisman Trophy front-runner, including 1,000-yard receiver Josh Doctson, who scored a TD against Texas in last year’s 48-10 Thanksgiving romp.
All-time: Texas, 62-22-1; Last time: TCU, 48-10 (2014)