The Texas offensive line, despite having four players who have started 90 percent of the games in the last two years and another tackle who started 11 of 13 in 2012, has not lived up to Mack Brown's recent high standard.
Texas had its chance with some of the best of the best in the 2013 class. What would it look like had the Horns gotten everyone they wanted.
Texas' 2013 recruiting class could be known for the players it didn't get. However, its 15 members are focused on being a tight-knit group.
Top-ranked center Darius James is healthy, worked through any second doubts and is ready to be a Texas Longhorn.
The Longhorns' four early enrollees will benefit from the head start they'll get this spring, and that leg up more importantly should benefit the team, as a whole, even more.
Texas' coaches, including Mack Brown, went on the offensive Wednesday to reassure recruits after the departure of offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin to positive results.
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.
The Texas Longhorns debut with the No. 4-ranked recruiting class despite losing Ricky Seals-Jones. They are also adding some heighth to the roster.
Texas hosts its first football camp this weekend. The HornsNation staff answers a few questions about what to expect.
In a performance full of highlights, it might have been the showdown with Texas commit Jake Raulerson that earned Torrodney Prevot MVP honors at the Dallas NFTC.
Long a recruiting frenzy in February, Texas finds itself in an unfamiliar situation -- waiting on recruits.
For elite junior prospects, the invitation to Texas' junior day is a golden ticket. To those who come, the trip comes with a very big question at the end.
Jake Raulerson's father wanted his son to be able to commit with a clear head. That's why he took him on a 5,000-mile journey, on his own money, to find a college home.
In a rare move for Mack Brown, he offered a 2013 prospect prior to Texas' junior days. Jake Raulerson, perhaps the state of Texas' top junior, has accepted the offer and committed.
The Crimson Tide will have plenty of holes to fill when 2013 comes around and Alabama is already recruiting several positions of future need.