It's behind the Insider curtain at ESPN.com, but here's the relevant passage:
Let's be clear: Texas has a great defense. But it also has an obvious, if difficult to exploit, weakness. As long as the Horns allow a lot of 3-point attempts, they will be occasionally susceptible to a hot-shooting opponent that makes their tough D look ineffective. And that makes a potentially outstanding Texas team beatable.
Russell Robinson and Jeff Hawkins will both be integral in getting the ball to Kansas' best perimeter shooters (Rush and Chalmers). Texas may also allow (force?) Robinson and Hawkins to beat them from behind the arc.