AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas finished its first spring under new coach Charlie Strong with its annual Orange-White spring game on Saturday. The two-hour scrimmage was won by Texas' first-team offense 38-14, and while Tyrone Swoopes' up-and-down showing stole most of the attention, here are a few more takeaways from the Longhorns' spring finale: Best offensive performance: With only one other scholarship back available, you knew Malcolm Brown was in for a big workload.
During the next two weeks, we'll be breaking down the 10 best players at the moment on every team in the Big 12. These lists won't include junior college or freshman signees who haven't arrived on campus yet.
Texas takes the field for its first spring practice next week, and it has plenty it needs to accomplish under new head coach Charlie Strong. Here are a few of the many, many items on the Longhorns' to-do list for spring ball: Offensive returner ready to take next step: Hate to state the obvious here, but David Ash needs to take one big step in the right direction this spring.
As we wait for the start of spring ball, we're examining and ranking the positional situations of every team in the Big 12, continuing Monday with defensive line. Some of these outlooks will look different after the spring.
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