Spring is a time for blossoming and new beginnings, and the Texas football team is taking full advantage of the season. Their spring workouts — full of promise, learning and anticipation — push the Longhorns to find ways to reap what they have sown. Each year, at the end of Texas’ 15 days of workouts, the coaches and players have something
new to tout. This could simply equate to a player taking the next step forward or a new
twist that will bring success under the stadium lights come fall.
This season’s change — a move to an uptempo offense that Texas successfully employed to a limited degree in its ...
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