Texas Football: 5 Strongest Assets for 2012 Season

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Texas Football: 5 Strongest Assets for 2012 Season
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A season after finishing 5-7 and missing a bowl for the first time in 13 years, the Longhorns were able to rebound in 2011 behind a significant culture change. 

Now, with the new systems of coordinators Bryan Harsin and Manny Diaz firmly in place, the Longhorns are looking to build on the success of last year's 8-5 season and re-establish themselves as the class of the Big 12. 

Though quarterback is still a point of concern for the team and fans alike, 2012's version of the Longhorns has plenty to be smiling about heading into the summer. 

Without further ado, let's have a look at the team's five strongest assets for the upcoming season.

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