After most games players and coaches usually sit down together, watch the film, and break it down. One thing you can bank on is the film doesn't lie.
UT football coaches have plenty of reasons to not like what they've seen so far after suffering back-to-back blowout losses and they let the players know it.
"Our players know today, who did their job and who didn't. And in the third quarter. There were more that didn't than we needed. And those guys need to pick it up. Or you have to change them," UT Head Coach Mack Brown said.
"With those people getting called out in meetings. It forces them to do a better job. It forces them to put more production on the field. So, we need it. We need it," said UT defensive back Adrian Phillips.
After two consecutive losses, Brown says things have to change.
"We don't like who we are. We gotta change it. And they can't change it unless they admit in front of their teammates and their coaches, that I'm not doing my job. Don't have to say it. But they darn sure heard it," Brown said.
Hopefully, the Horns will have something positive to talk about after Saturday's Big 12 opener against Kansas State.