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.
Texas hasn't been able to find a stable quarterback for its offense, or an offensive identity. If the Longhorns can't figure out either dilemma, 2013 isn't going to be much better than 2012 was.
A poor senior season only deepened the level of skepticism Texas quarterback commit Tyrone Swoopes faces today. Now he must answer a bigger question: Is his still Texas' next great quarterback?
Trying to figure out what kind of team Texas is -- based on what we have seen through seven games -- is a tough task. Do the Longhorns know their identity on both sides of the ball?
Did Texas QB David Ash light the stat book on fire against Wyoming? No, but he moved the chains, protected the ball and, most importantly, got a win.
Texas Longhorns quarterback David Ash needs more reps to become the established starter
Texas Longhorns commitment Lorenzo Joe won his first career start at quarterback -- and outdueled Ohio State commit J.T. Barrett.
So their resumes are slightly different, but Texas TE commit Geoff Swaim has followed a similar under-the-radar path as NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers.
Whether or not Jerrod Heard, a 2014 prospect, is Texas' QB of the future remains to be seen. He is still preparing like he will be.
Ronald Monroe knows he had a limited role in as a sophomore, but the 2014 QB prospect knows he has to do more to be the state of Texas' best.
Mack Brown has looked at the way he has handled QBs in the past. Now, he's laying out his philosophy of why he's handling his QB situation the way he is.
The HornsNation staff takes turns sitting in Mack Brown's throne to make their call about the Longhorns' QB decision.
If the Texas Longhorns are pursuiing a quarterback for the 2014 class, the debate likely will come down to Jerrod Heard and Ronald Monroe.
Mack Brown has a history of making a two-QB system work, but times have changed. Could that history now be hurting the Longhorns?
Mee the 26 newest Texas Longhorns who made it official on national signing day.