Texas Turns to Applewhite to Take on Its Latest Offensive Identity Crisis

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Texas Turns to Applewhite to Take on Its Latest Offensive Identity Crisis
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The Alamo Bowl on Dec. 29 will mark the end of Texas' 15th season under head coach Mack Brown, the best of which have been defined by an unmistakable identity on offense. Initially, he lifted the Longhorns back into the national elite on the indefatigable legs of two traditional, I-formation workhorses, Ricky Williams and Cedric Benson. Vince Young took the offense to another level operating out of shotgun spread sets, the catalyst for a 20-game winning streak, back-to-back BCS wins and, in 2005, Texas' first national championship in nearly four decades

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