Texas Report Card: PFF grades from the Oklahoma State loss

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For the second week in a row, the Texas Longhorns fell to a team that hails from the state of Oklahoma. They lost in a similar fashion again this week as they blew a double-digit lead.

The Longhorns led 17-3 following the 13-yard catch and run by Bijan Robinson from Casey Thompson. From that point forward, Texas was outscored 29-3 as Oklahoma State stayed perfect on the season. Their performance launched them inside the top 10 of this week’s poll.

Oklahoma State and Oklahoma are now both in firm control of their destinies and could meet twice this season. For Texas, they have some soul searching to do as they try and right the ship. The Iowa State and Baylor matchups will be big for the team just looking for a better bowl bid at this point.

As far as Pro Football Focus (PFF) grades from this game, the top performer on offense was wide receiver Keilan Robinson, although he only played five snaps. Derek Kerstetter was the top performer on offense. Defensively, the team was led by linebacker Jaylan Ford. Texas lost DeMarvion Overshown for the game due to a concussion after only 16 snaps on defense.

Take a look at which Longhorns graded well, and which ones were on the wrong end of the spectrum.

Top offensive grades

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  1. Derek Kerstetter (RT): 76.8

  2. Bijan Robinson (RB): 72.8

  3. Jake Majors (C): 70.4

  4. Christian Jones (LT): 68.6

  5. Marcus Washington (WR): 66.2

Top defensive grades

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  1. Jaylan Ford (LB): 80.9

  2. Jahdae Barron (CB): 78.6

  3. Ovie Oghoufo (LB): 70.2

  4. Vernon Broughton (DE): 69.8

  5. D’Shawn Jamison (CB): 68.3

Bottom offensive grades

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  1. Cade Brewer (TE): 57.0

  2. Xavier Worthy (WR): 56.3

  3. Roschon Johnson (RB): 53.2

  4. Kelvontay Dixon (WR): 47.6

  5. Casey Thompson (QB): 44.8

Bottom defensive grades

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  1. Luke Brockermeyer (LB): 54.2

  2. Devin Richardson (LB): 52.6

  3. David Gbenda (LB): 51.2

  4. Ben Davis (LB): 50.6

  5. Josh Thompson (CB): 42.5

Pass blocking grades

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  1. Derek Kerstetter (RT): 87.5

  2. Jake Majors (C): 78.9

  3. Junior Angilau (LG): 73.0

  4. Andrej Karic (LT): 72.4

  5. Jared Wiley (TE): 71.8

Run blocking grades

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  1. Cade Brewer (TE): 72.3

  2. Christian Jones (LT): 71.4

  3. Derek Kerstetter (RT): 70.4

  4. Jared Wiley (TE): 69.6

  5. Jake Majors (C): 65.8

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