Texas Football: Can Texas Win 10 Games This Season?
After years of national domination, the Texas Longhorns have found the post-Colt McCoy era to be a bit of a challenge—and perhaps understandably so.
The Longhorns were privileged for nearly a decade of solid QB play and have since tried to find the guy ready to lead them once again. It’s been a struggle to find him over the past few seasons, and while they may not have an elite QB just yet, their 2012 roster is very deep in other areas.
They’ve put together an impressive stable of running backs, and the defense should be athletic, experienced and very talented, especially up front and with the linebackers. How this will translate compared to the rest of the Big 12 is still up in the air.
The conference will have a new look this year, and despite the addition of two talented teams, a lot of talent has moved on. Texas could be poised to take advantage of the scenario and put together a solid season.
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