But containing Broyles will be the Texas secondary's toughest challenge of the season.
Last year in the Cotton Bowl, Broyles played with a still hairline-fractured shoulder blade, yet managed to haul in a 35-yard touchdown pass against the Longhorns.
This year, now 100 percent, Broyles leads the nation in receptions (41) and is second in receiving yards (482), despite facing double coverage almost every play.
Broyles has posted at least nine receptions and 100 receiving yards in every game so far. In fact, going back to last year, Broyles has seven consecutive 100-yard receiving games, the longest active streak in the nation.
"Texas has great players back there. And Ryan probably is an NFL first rounder, too," said Sooner quarterback Landry Jones. "So it's going to be an exciting matchup, for us, and for them."