The eyes of the Texas Longhorns football nation are gazing squarely at junior quarterback Garrett Gilbert.
After a poor 2010, Gilbert no longer has a firm hold on the starting quarterback slot and must compete with Case McCoy, Connor Wood and David Ash to essentially re-earn his job.
With a complex new offense being installed by co-offensive coordinators Bryan Harsin and Major Applewhite, this will be no easy task and one that will require Gilbert's full engagement not only mentally, but physically as well.
Anything less could signal another disappointing season in 2011 for a Texas team already under the microscope due to a 5-7 record in 2010.
Let's take a look at 10 ways Garrett Gilbert must improve over the offseason and become prepared to truly lead the Longhorns as the 2011 season draws near.