Texas WR Roy Williams VERSUS Kansas State CB Randy Jordan
The Wildcats' attacking defense, which gives up just 270.4 yards a game (11th best in the nation), is predicated on stopping the run and getting to the quarterback. That puts pressure on the secondary, and no one will feel the heat more than the 6'2", 175-pound Jordan. If Jordan can use his speed and athleticism to contain the Longhorns' All-America, K-State has a shot. If not, Texas will show why it leads the nation in scoring (51.2 points a game).