Texas had a decent look at what it has in the annual spring game, but the Longhorns also saw that depth still needs to be built.
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.
There's no hiding that Texas' defense was downright awful in 2012. Once the Longhorns admit it, they can go about fixing the problem.
While the Texas Longhorns did many things better on offense in 2012, inconsistencies and problems from 2011 returned and derailed the unit's development.
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.
For four days, across 110 miles and four stadiums, Texas Longhorns fans and their Texas A&M counterparts said goodbye to the Lone Star State's rivalry.
Case McCoy and David Ash combined for five turnovers and neither moved the ball against Oklahoma, but will these concerns change the Texas QB situation?
Practice, familiarity and multiple options have helped Texas players prepare and execute Bryan Harsin's multitude of trick plays.