Spring football is on the doorsteps of many college campuses, and for programs across the country, it will be a time to assess their strengths and weaknesses before entering a grueling 2013 season.
For the Texas Longhorns, a team that finished 9-5 while showing some impressions of progress, spring will be an opportunity to see just how far they've come since undergoing a rebuilding process after the 2010 season.
Every season presents different challenges, and although the expectations for the upcoming season will have surpassed seasons prior, Mack Brown has plenty of questions to address.
How will a new offense take form? Will a true tight end threat emerge? Will there be a youth movement?
All are valid questions, but there are plenty more uncertainties that will create swirling headlines in the coming weeks.