Texas Football: 7 Things We Learned About the Longhorns This Spring

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Texas Football: 7 Things We Learned About the Longhorns This Spring
Michael Thomas
Charlie Strong's first spring proved that the new head coach means business.

Spring football has drawn to a close for the Texas Longhorns, but not before revealing that Tyrone Swoopes can play quarterback and that Charlie Strong is following through with his promised culture change.

Though Swoopes' emergence took place in the span of 30 minutes, Strong's impact on the program has been tangible throughout the offseason. The new head coach said he would bring toughness to the program, and he has done just that.

For Strong, toughness is only part of his to-do list. Depth remains an issue in key spots, and the offensive line clearly needs to spend more time working as a unit. On a positive note, both the front seven and the receivers have proven that they will bring some serious talent to the field in 2014.

But as much as Strong's debut spring has publicized the changes he is making, the fans have shown it will take a lot more for them to change their fickle ways.

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