Texas Football: Each New Coach's Top Priority

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Texas Football: Each New Coach's Top Priority
Eric Gay/Associated Press

The Texas Longhorns football staff has been revitalized, but the Texas football program is still under construction.

It is no secret the Longhorns have performed below the standard since 2009, and the new staff has a lot of changes that need to be addressed on both sides of the ball.

Offensively, the Longhorns have lacked solid quarterback play, have not had a dominant offensive lineman and only had one offensive player drafted in the NFL draft since 2010.

The Longhorns defense was the worst statistical defense in 2012, had injuries in key positions and let's not forget gave up a school record 550 yards rushing to BYU in 2013.

Can the new faces on staff bring a new culture to a desperate Texas Longhorn football program? Here's a look at seven position coaches' top priorities to change the Longhorns' future.

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