Speed kills, and with the up-tempo offense the Texas Longhorns are transitioning into, they will have plenty of it to go around.
Since Colt McCoy moved on to the NFL, the 'Horns offense has been marginally explosive, moving from the spread to a power running game to a motion-heavy look and now back to the spread. The 2012 season gave a glimpse of what could be possible, but this upcoming season could have special written all over it.
Although edge-burners like D.J. Monroe and Marquise Goodwin are gone, the Longhorns have plenty of speed scattered across their roster. Many of those players have already secured a place as one of the offense's top playmakers.
Texas has had great success with a spread offense in the past. But with a new group of players, who will stand out?