Before Texas begins its first season under Charlie Strong, we're taking a deep dive into all the talent he inherits in 2014. Our Burnt Orange Breakdown series takes a closer look at each scholarship player returning this fall and what we can expect from him.
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.
Texas entered the 2013 season with one of the nation's most experienced offensive lines. That's no longer the case going into spring ball, though the Longhorns did add one of the nation's most respected offensive line coaches this offseason.
Editor's note: This is the third part of a weeklong series taking a closer look at Texas players worth watching when the Longhorns begin spring practices in three weeks. Believe it or not, few people believed in offensive tackle Desmond Harrison more than Mack Brown.
As we wait for the start of spring ball, we're examining and ranking the positional situations of every team, continuing Friday with offensive line. Some of these outlooks will look different after the spring.
about 438 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
After a whirlwind 48 hours full of meetings, appearances and handshakes, Charlie Strong still hasn't had much time to find out what kind of talent he's inheriting. So let's make life a little easier for Texas' new head coach.
His academic issue with BYU has not been resolved, but after two weeks on the sidelines Texas offensive tackle Desmond Harrison is back on the practice field. The junior college transfer from Contra Costa (Calif.
about 623 days ago | HornsNation staff | Texas Longhorns