Amid great anticipation the Texas Longhorns will unveil their new up-tempo spread offense in Saturday's spring game, as much of the attention will be on quarterback David Ash.
Texas has been back to work since Monday. Here are a few observations and thoughts from the first few days of practice.
The HornsNation staff takes turns sitting in Mack Brown's throne to make their call about the Longhorns' QB decision.
Texas is halfway through its spring practice. Who is standing out and what have we learned?
With the first six members of the Texas' 2012 recruiting class officially becoming Longhorns this week, we look at what their impact might be next season.
Mack Brown and Texas are pioneers of sorts when it comes to the trend of early offers. While early commits don't always work, the trend is worthwhile.
While some Texas commits were underwhelming in their all-star game performances, DT Malcom Brown and WR Kendall Sanders stood out.
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.
Defense stole the show on Day 1, but a few players on offense managed to make their marks, too.
Texas is well-represented in the high school all-star games. Here's where to watch future Longhorns.
In 2012, Texas will return nine starters but needs help at receiver and consistency at quarterback.
Texas' 2012 recruiting class could grow with big visitors, including Mario Edwards and Torshiro Davis coming for the Longhorns' banquet weekend.
Texas has young talent on its offense, but that doesn't mean several 2012 recruits can't make an early impact.
Future Texas quarterback Connor Brewer won his third state title last week, and five other Longhorns commitments are still alive in the Texas state playoffs.
Connor Brewer understands the hype surrounding him. So too does Texas. Brewer is determined to live up to the expectations.