With West Virginia coming to town, the much-hyped Texas defense has a long way to go and a short time to get there.
With its conference opener at Oklahoma State, Texas can go a long way toward proving so much of the hype and potential around the Longhorns.
Whether Texas is a legitimate Big 12 title contender is pretty much a giant question mark right now, as the team continues to mature through the 2012 season. But are they contenders? This week's HornsNation Roundtable considers.
As spring practices wind down, we take a look at how the Big 12 is doing in recruiting.
The 2012 schedule is out and while Texas opens conference play at Oklahoma State, it catches a break with TCU and West Virginia at home.
It was a tough decision for Kendall Sanders to de-commit from Oklahoma State, but the wide receiver couldn't pass on his dream of being a Longhorn.
Antwaun Davis visited Texas and came away impressed and LSU commit Torshiro Davis is warming up to the Longhorns.
Texas' defense made a lot of plays and pressured Brandon Weeden, but couldn't come up with big stops.
Breaking down the top five storylines going into the Oklahoma State game.
With Oklahoma State next on the schedule, Texas and its young team have more questions to answer.
Defensive tackle Malcom Brown brings hard work and atleticism to Longhorns' class.
Texas' camp showed the team's young receivers, including Jordan Shipley's kid brother, have the potential to radiate success.
Big, mean and athletic. That's what the Longhorns are getting in offensive line prospect Curtis Riser.
Texas has committed to having a better rushing attack. Senior Fozzy Whittaker and freshman Malcolm Brown will play key roles.
Breaking down the top five storylines going into the Oklahoma game.
Despite remaining committed to Florida State, No. 1 prospect Mario Edwards is looking at Texas and Oklahoma, and will attend the Red River Rivaly game.