Texas Football: Longhorns with the Most to Prove in 2014

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Texas Football: Longhorns with the Most to Prove in 2014
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Over the past four seasons, the Texas Longhorns have struggled to put together a consistent game plan, resulting in a 30-21 overall record since 2010 and ultimately causing former head coach Mack Brown's resignation.

Texas has historically put together some of the top recruiting classes in college football. But in recent years, many of the top-rated recruits have not played to their potential once they arrived in Austin. First-year head coach Charlie Strong will look to change that trend.

The Longhorns have a lot to prove, as do the new coaches. But some of the players have much more to prove than others.

Nevertheless, a new coaching staff means a clean slate for Texas, and it couldn't come at a better time for many of the players.

Here's a look at five Longhorns with the most to prove in 2014.

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