Texas is more than where all your exes live (according to George Strait) and known for doing things BIG. As big as your latest divorce or crisis in Middle East big. It’s universities are no exception. However, not all universities offer the same experience or quality and the university you choose to attend can have a huge effect on your overall college experience. It can be the difference between finding a high-paying job you love and working at a local restaurant for the rest of your life. Based on factors like academic quality, four-year graduation rate, the excitement of on-campus student life, and the average salary after graduation. Unfortunately unlike their delicious BBQ, here we bring you the 20 worst universities in the state of Texas.