With 15 commits already, Texas is off to a blazing start recruiting for the Class of 2014. And though the Longhorns haven't performed as well on the field the last three seasons, Mack Brown and Co. can still accumulate talent.
As the Texas Longhorns take a weeklong break in the middle of spring practice, here's an update on position battles.
For years, Mack Brown and Texas have talked about the 2013 season as the one where things return to normal. Well, it's here.
Texas' 2012 defense was the worst in school history. Will it improve in 2013? Here are five spring storylines for the Longhorns.
After having five recruits decommit in the Class of 2013, Texas coach Mack Brown has implemented a new policy of no visits for commits. How are the recruits taking the news?
Mack Brown is making it clear he knows what his rivals are saying about him and his Longhorns, and he's got an answer for the negative recruiting his program is up against.
Texas Longhorns fans are on the edge, and the latest attempt to placate a restless fan base is talk about the offensive tempo.
Jake Oliver holds a number of state receiving records, but has been overlooked in his recruiting. The Longhorns WR commit is ready to show what he can do.
Mack Brown has spent time and most of his breath explaining how Texas is poised to become an SEC-like team. If only Texas and Mack Brown could stop the SEC from getting their recruits.
Spread teams can have physical, successful rushing attacks. Texas' championships under Mack Brown have come from the spread. Sean Adams puts two and two together from there.
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 claims that it will keep the same offensive approach for the Alamo Bowl that it had during the regular season, but a few key tweaks could help the Longhorns thrive.
Texas' coaches, including Mack Brown, went on the offensive Wednesday to reassure recruits after the departure of offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin to positive results.
Texas hasn't been able to find a stable quarterback for its offense, or an offensive identity. If the Longhorns can't figure out either dilemma, 2013 isn't going to be much better than 2012 was.
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.
Texas head coach Mack Brown said in the offseason that he wanted his special teams play to be the best in the nation, but the Longhorns have struggled to meet that standard.