Texas is getting its first taste of SEC action since its offseason decision to join the conference, and it has not been good, to say the least.

While the Longhorns will have to wait a few years before officially joining the SEC, Texas faced off against Arkansas in Week 2. Traveling to Fayetteville, the expectation was that the No. 15 Longhorns would move to 2-0 on the season.

Well, that has not gone to plan with the Razorbacks steamrolling Texas behind an old-school offensive approach. Arkansas has rushed for over 300 yards and 4 touchdowns against the Longhorns while putting up 40 points at home. The Razorbacks have thrown for just 138 yards in the contest.

7 Arkansas players have combined to average 7.1 yards per carry against Texas. The leader of that group is Trelon Smith with 75 yards on 12 carries and a touchdown. By contrast, Texas gained just 124 yards on the ground while averaging 3 yards per carry.

The Longhorns may eventually adjust and find their groove once their move to the SEC is complete, but this is not a good look for the program.