Texas has one major opening on the offense in spring practice, and receivers Kendall Sanders, Cayleb Jones and Marcus Johnson are stepping up to try to take it.
Of all the humiliating and humbling losses for Texas from 2010-12 there was one that crippled the program early on and has left it limping ever since: coach Mack Brown's loss of belief in himself and what he does
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".
Texas' ills aren't gone, but a dominant win over Iowa State and recent improvements have renewed a since of hope for the Longhorns.
David Ash could have been looking over his shoulder after a subpar last few weeks. But Ash continued to work hard, leading to big results against Texas Tech.
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.
Texas has ridden a diverse offense to 107 points its past two games, giving it the necessary firepower to deal with West Virginia this Saturday.
With one simple, unifying goal of winning games, the Longhorns' many weapons on offense are happy to share the ball.
Better than Will Muschamp? That remains to be seen, but the Texas defense keeps getting better and is following the personality of coordinator Manny Diaz.
Billionaire attorney Joe Jamail loves Texas. He gives back because he can. He can because of Texas. So it is Texas that gets most of his attention. Not athletics. Texas.
Recruiting is key in college football. Before Texas coaches can hit the road they have to pass the NCAA's recruiting test. Carter Strickland tries his hand at the exam.
Steve Edmond is filling holes on the Texas defense this spring. In more than one way. The 255-pound sophomore is showing he can step in to Keenan Robinson's middle linebacker spot.
Kenny Vaccaro could have bolted for the NFL. With a son on the way, no one would've blamed him. But he came back, and the decision has given him focus this spring.
With pieces missing all over the offense, Texas is forced to regroup and find some solutions.
Texas' offense is built on running the ball, and without its top three rushers, the Longhorns' flaws were exposed in the loss to Missouri.
For Raymond Clayborn, and other Dallas-area players who play in the Red River Rivalry, it was a chance to shine in front of friends and family.