AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Texas unveiled the quicker up-tempo offense the Longhorns hope will carry them back to the top of the Big 12.
When it worked well, David Ash passed for touchdowns in four scoring drives Saturday night in Texas' annual spring scrimmage. And when it didn't, Ash threw two interceptions that looked like just the kind of gaffes that sometimes surfaced last season.
Coach Mack Brown stressed at the start of spring drills he wants the Longhorns to push a faster pace on offense, noting the success of other programs around the country doing it.
"I think we'll go back to scoring points like we're used to," Brown said.
Texas didn't use the up-tempo offense the entire scrimmage, but used enough of it that Brown said he liked what he saw and promised it will be polished into an even faster unit in the fall. Brown wants the ball snapped within 15 seconds and the offense was inconsistent hitting that mark.
"I like it," Ash said of the quicker pace. "The spring game shows ...