Texas Football: 5 Bold Predictions for the Longhorns' 2014 Season

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Texas Football: 5 Bold Predictions for the Longhorns' 2014 Season
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Hired to instill a new attitude within the program, Charlie Strong will coach the Longhorns to a major upset in 2014.

Under Charlie Strong, the Longhorns are going to be a completely different team. They will be tougher, more physical and more motivated than they have been through the past four lackluster seasons.

Fall camp is now almost entirely in the books, and the Horns come off as a running team that will lean on its front seven to do most of the work on defense. That means huge seasons for Johnathan Gray and Malcolm Brown, while making defensive end Cedric Reed a candidate to become the Defensive Player of the Year.

Strong and the fanbase would certainly be happy with those results, but the true goal is to pile up numbers in the left-hand column. To do that, the team will have to pull off an upset during the early-season gauntlet.

Strong was hired to do just that, and getting it done will be just one of his great accomplishments in his first season.

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