The Longhorns return nine starters on defense but the two they lose were their most important players in 2012. Here's an early defensive depth chart for Texas in 2013.
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.
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' 2012 defense was the worst in school history. Will it improve in 2013? Here are five spring storylines for the Longhorns.
Mack Brown has spent time and most of his breath explaining how Texas is poised to become an SEC-like team. If only Texas and Mack Brown could stop the SEC from getting their recruits.
The Longhorns used to have a fence around Texas, but now nearby programs are rising up, out-of-state powers are chiming in and conferences like the SEC and Pac-12 erode UT's turf.
Mack Brown has continually recruited well in his time at Texas. Developing those recruits, however, has been hit and miss.
With top defenders Kenny Vaccarro and Alex Okafor gone, and the Longhorns coming off a bad year, Texas' defense looks at a major overhaul in 2013.
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 head coach Mack Brown has faced most of the league's top offenses and has struggled. He wants to see how other team's do against them as the season moves on.
While there have been some surprises, such as David Ash's performance, many other issues have been exposed in recent weeks.
Through the first half of the season, the Texas is defense is ranked No. 99 in the country. It's a big slide for what was thought as one of the most talented corps before the season.
Texas played 18 true freshmen in 2011. The Longhorns might not use that many this season, but several will see a lot of playing time. We look at the chances for each freshman.
Many factors have shown why Texas went 13-12 over the last two years, but the most telling might be its NFL draft numbers.