It will be months before Texas puts out a depth chart. Since no one wants to wait that long, Carter Strickland helps fans out with an early look at the Longhorns offense.
With an air of evolution swirling through Texas' recruiting process -- including a ban on commits visiting other programs -- the Longhorns will enter their first junior day with a wait-and-see approach.
Even though Mack Brown likes to say all positions are up for grabs, most current Longhorns players have a firm grasp of the future.
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 Longhorns quarterback David Ash needs more reps to become the established starter
Did Texas QB David Ash light the stat book on fire against Wyoming? No, but he moved the chains, protected the ball and, most importantly, got a win.
The Texas Longhorns will host their second summer football camp and will feature some top 2013 targets as well as some of the state of Texas' best rising juniors.
Mack Brown has looked at the way he has handled QBs in the past. Now, he's laying out his philosophy of why he's handling his QB situation the way he is.
The HornsNation staff takes turns sitting in Mack Brown's throne to make their call about the Longhorns' QB decision.
There wasn't much to learn from the spring game, but here is a 7-on-7 look at spring football
As Texas puts the finishing touches on its 2012 recruiting class, HornsNation debates the chance of landing DGB, the decommitment of Thomas Johnson and more.
By going after another quarterback, Texas could build depth and redshirt incoming players.
With several spots lacking depth and needing playmakers, offensive recruits could see early impact in 2012.
Texas has a top-ranked recruiting class but has room for players like Dorial Green-Beckham and Mario Edwards. Which prospect would mean more to Texas' class.
In 2012, Texas will return nine starters but needs help at receiver and consistency at quarterback.
As Texas reaches the mid-point of its season, third down and red zone stats show some of the offense's struggles.