Texas is a combined 13-12 during the last two seasons, which isn't exactly sitting well with the fans in Austin at the moment. Longhorn fans are used to winning titles and competing for national championships, this losing stuff isn't exactly something they are familiar with.
The good news is that this may be a team that could take Texas to its first BCS bowl since 2009.
The Longhorns return 17 starters, including eight from a defense that finished 11th in the country a year ago. On paper, this is one of Mack Brown's most talented teams, especially with another loaded recruiting class coming in to help as well.
With Brown refusing to release any type of depth chart before the season begins, here is out best guess of what the 2012 depth chart would look like, as we inch closer to the 2012 college football season.