Found July 25, 2013 on Football Nation:
This upcoming 2013 season for the Texas Longhorns to most is a make or break one for head coach Mack Brown and the rest of the Longhorns. After three down years compared to Longhorns nation standards, the 2013 Longhorns need to bounce back to regain trust in the coaching staff and players alike. In 2012 the Longhorns were a 9-4 team including a bowl victory over the surprising Oregon State Beavers. The 2013 Longhorns return junior quarterback David Ash who made major improvements from his freshman season in 2011 to his sophmore season in 2012. The next step for Ash is to improve his confidence and passing game even more in the 2013 season.One huge storyline to follow for these 2013 Longhorns is the addition of a more up tempo offense. Coach Brown and the rest of the Texas coaching staff have decided to go back to a more up tempo and high octane offensive system in 2013. This is designed to increase the number of plays for the Texas offense and help prepare his defense to face the Bi...
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