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.
As the Texas Longhorns take a weeklong break in the middle of spring practice, here's an update on position battles.
Major Applewhite gave Texas fans a taste of the spread in the Valero Alamo Bowl. How will it look going forward? Here are five spring storylines for the Longhorns.
Texas Longhorns fans are on the edge, and the latest attempt to placate a restless fan base is talk about the offensive tempo.
While Mack Brown isn't permitted to say much of anything to those 2014 prospects, his mere presence sent a message: Texas will be as aggressive a player as ever come February when it's time to start hosting junior days.
Even though Mack Brown likes to say all positions are up for grabs, most current Longhorns players have a firm grasp of the future.
To find the perfect offensive balance next season, new Texas offensive coordinator Major Applewhite plans to create discomfort for his young players.
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.
The rejuvinated Horns are forming fresh bonds on the field, as is Mack Brown's new and youthfully invigorated coaching staff.