David Ash is Texas' starting quarterback, but freshman Tyrone Swoopes showed in the Orange-White scrimmage that he could supplant Case McCoy as Ash's backup.
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.
Adjusting to a new offense along with a high-tempo philosophy will make spring practice especially interesting for Texas' offense.
Texas had its chance with some of the best of the best in the 2013 class. What would it look like had the Horns gotten everyone they wanted.
The Longhorns' four early enrollees will benefit from the head start they'll get this spring, and that leg up more importantly should benefit the team, as a whole, even more.
Spread teams can have physical, successful rushing attacks. Texas' championships under Mack Brown have come from the spread. Sean Adams puts two and two together from there.
While having depth at quarterback is a good thing, Texas might have some issues with divisiveness in 2013 and beyond.
Texas' coaches, including Mack Brown, went on the offensive Wednesday to reassure recruits after the departure of offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin to positive results.
Andrew Luck. Robert Griffin III. Johnny Manziel. All elite quarterbacks from the state of Texas whom the Longhorns didn't offer or land, which exacerbates the signal-caller problems the Longhorns have had since Colt McCoy graduated.
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?
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.
The Texas Longhorns debut with the No. 4-ranked recruiting class despite losing Ricky Seals-Jones. They are also adding some heighth to the roster.
The HornsNation staff takes turns sitting in Mack Brown's throne to make their call about the Longhorns' QB decision.
Michigan's torrid recruiting start has the Wolverines in contention for the No. 1 recruiting class, but plenty of schools will challenge Michigan for that title.
The first installment of the ESPN 150 has a Maize and Blue feel, as Michigan leads the way with 11 commitments on the elite list.