All-white road uniforms will conceal just how black and blue the No. 4 Texas Longhorns will be Saturday when they play at Kansas.
The UT offensive and defensive lines are banged up.
Quarterback Colt McCoy says his body is sore.
Even kicker Hunter Lawrence is battling a sore leg and had his first two misses of the season last week.
But coach Mack Brown says bumps and bruises just come with the territory when a football season reaches November.
McCoy has taken enough of a beating that he acknowledged this week that it was a big reason why he didn't run more in last week's 45-21 win over Baylor.
McCoy is also taking antibiotics for an infected cut on his lip suffered two weeks ago against Texas Tech.
Center Chris Hall is out Saturday, a big blow to the depth on the line. Hall sprained his left knee in practice on Tuesday, leaving true freshman David Snow to play in his place.
Snow was third-team two weeks ago until backup Buck Burnette was dismissed after posting a racial slur about President-elect Barack Obama on a Web site.