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Longhorns head coach Mack Brown is banking on 2013 as the year Texas reestablishes itself as a national contender. “We’re back in a position where we can compete,” Brown told USA TODAY Sports recently. “We’ve got a good quarterback, a better team. Our strength program is in better
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- The name of the game for Texas this season is tempo. As in full-throttle, no-huddle, don't-stop-to-catch-your-breath pace of play.
The plan is to put pressure on defenses by snapping the ball so fast they don't have time to substitute and force them into personnel mismatches. Coach Mack Brown's goal is to average 80 or more plays from the line of...
Texas is looking to climb back into the national championship conversation behind a new up-tempo offense.
The Longhorns' fate may rest in the hands of David Ash, who is hoping to take the next step in his third season under center.
Ash tries to lead No. 15 Texas to a 14th consecutive season-opening victory Saturday night against visiting New Mexico State.
While the Longhorns...