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.
With the confidence earned from a comeback win against the Oregon State Beavers in the Alamo Dome, the Texas Longhorns look to return to college football's elite in 2013.
Another loss to a ranked team, this time 42-24 to No. 6 Kansas State -- the fifth straight loss to the Wildcats -- makes Texas fans wonder if the Longhorns are any closer to being "back".
Unlike the last couple of years, Texas didn't fade away this time in a big road win against Texas Tech, and this win could be a huge turning point for the young Longhorns
After another blowout loss to Oklahoma, one where the Longhorns were exposed and dominated in every facet, the Longhorns must turn the page.
Against Oklahoma State, Texas has a chance to capitalize on winning the turnover battle, but D-coordinator Manny Diaz can't preach enough about players executing perfectly in order to do that.
Mack Brown wanted to get Texas back to a run-heavy offense. He thinks the Longhorns are back to their ways this season and are headed in the right direction.