Texas made major changes after a disappointing 2010 campaign. But have the adjustments led to improvements?
With four quarterbacks competing for Texas' starting job, the Longhorns coaches face a crucial decision.
Faced with the task of overhauling his coaching staff this offseason, Texas coach Mack Brown still managed to preserve the Longhorns' highly ranked recruiting class.
September promise at Texas eventually eroded to December despair. Instead of bowl preparation, Mack Brown faces staff overhaul.
The Dash chomps through the grass with Les Miles and LSU, recommends some sideline snacks, dines on some all-you-can-eat mediocrity and more.
Mack Brown is the face of the Longhorns to players, recruits, boosters and fans alike. And his charismatic presence is felt everywhere around the Texas program.
Alabama's dominating defense will play a leading role, but the central figure in this appealing national championship drama is Texas QB Colt McCoy.
Mack Brown finally won big when he quit wanting it so badly. The Texas coach realized there was more to life than simply trying to pile up accomplishments so high that even a deceased man could see them.
Beating Oklahoma State wasn't easy, but No. 1 Texas is one win away from surviving the Schedule Stretch From Hell, and one win closer to taking Bevo to South Beach.
Notre Dame going bowling. Texas' streak coming to an end. Tommy Bowden breaking into a sweat. JoePa barricading the door. Pat Forde's midsummer night's dream revealed some surprising 2008 predictions.
From watching film to implementing a three-headed scout team QB, USC is doing everything to prepare for the Vince Young experience, writes Pat Forde.
Vince Young and the Horns delivered a Big 12 title performance that punctuated the program's return to prominence, writes Pat Forde.
Question his arm, but Texas QB Vince Young's heart can no longer be questioned after he rallied the Horns past Ohio State, writes Pat Forde.