After going a combined 25-2 in 2008 and 2009, it's safe to say the Texas Longhorns' 5-7 record in 2010 came as a bit of a surprise.
Many of the problems can be traced back to quarterback Garrett Gilbert and his 17 interceptions, compared to just 10 touchdown passes.
Prior to last season, Gilbert was best known as the true freshman who was thrust into the spotlight in the 2010 National Championship game while filling in for the injured Colt McCoy.
Gilbert completed just 15 of 40 passes to go along with three interceptions in that game—little did we know it was a sign of things to come in 2010.
But 2011 is a new season, and July is a time where every team in the country can be optimistic about its chances come fall.
Let's take a look at five dream scenarios for the Longhorns in 2011.