The practice-time clock is ticking away on Texas' efforts to install a new no-huddle offense. That puts pressure on many a Longhorn to learn and adapt.
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.
For several seasons Texas has become a team rigid in its execution, a group of joyless workers marching single file into a Soviet-era factory. They shook that off in an Alamo Bowl victory over Oregon State.
With the confidence earned from a comeback win against the Oregon State Beavers in the Alamo Dome, the Texas Longhorns look to return to college football's elite in 2013.
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.
There are four things that Texas needs to focus on to be successful in the Alamo Bowl against Oregon State. Sean Adams outlines them.
The Texas Longhorns need to show the nation it can play its best when no one expects it, so says columnist Sean Adams.
Citing his desire to be closer to family in Seattle, 3-star defensive end prospect Daeshon Hall has decommitted from Texas.
Defensive end Bryce Cottrell discusses his decision to flip his commitment to Texas and how he fits into the defense.