To whom much is given, much is expected, says one Texas fan. And it's hard to argue that point as Texas aims to get back into college football's top echelon on the field.
Texas head coach Mack Brown has faced most of the league's top offenses and has struggled. He wants to see how other team's do against them as the season moves on.
With its conference opener at Oklahoma State, Texas can go a long way toward proving so much of the hype and potential around the Longhorns.
Whether Texas is a legitimate Big 12 title contender is pretty much a giant question mark right now, as the team continues to mature through the 2012 season. But are they contenders? This week's HornsNation Roundtable considers.
As spring practices wind down, we take a look at how the Big 12 is doing in recruiting.
The 2012 schedule is out and while Texas opens conference play at Oklahoma State, it catches a break with TCU and West Virginia at home.
Despite remaining committed to Florida State, No. 1 prospect Mario Edwards is looking at Texas and Oklahoma, and will attend the Red River Rivaly game.
As conference realignment talks swirl around them, Mack Brown and the Texas player have mixed reactions.
Massive tackle prospect Ja'Braylin Thomas is already drawing interest from Big 12 and SEC schools and can expect a lot more.
Texas' camp showed the team's young receivers, including Jordan Shipley's kid brother, have the potential to radiate success.