The Texas Longhorns are set to play No. 6 Kansas State in the final game of a disappointing 2012 season.
The No. 18 Texas Longhorns finish up the regular season on Sunday against No. 6 Kansas State as both teams aim to rebound from frustrating losses.
The Wildcats had a perfect season come to an end on Nov. 17 against Baylor, an overwhelmingly disappointing 52-24 loss on the road. Kansas State had been the No. 1 team in the nation and were likely looking at an appearance in the BCS National Championship, as quarterback Collin Klein likely saw his Heisman hopes disappear with the loss as well.
The Longhorns, meanwhile, had appeared to get their season on track after a pair of losses in October. Following a lackluster loss to TCU on Thanksgiving Day, the Longhorns will be starting Case McCoy at quarterback with news that David Ash is questionable to play with an injury.
There are speculations that another disappointing season could mean that this would be the final regular season game for Mack Brown as the Texas head coach.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. CT with coverage on ABC.