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Texas Longhorns Football: A Look at the Offense

Article By on 7th October, 2009

... reached it’s potential yet. It is getting better every week, but it still has some bumps in the road.

If you’d like to see what a bump-free offense looks like, watch a Kansas game.

The Jayhawks attack underneath coverage with multiple packages out of multiple formations. They run unique combinations with unique ideas, and do so with a discipline, practiced efficiency.

If they fail, it’s usually because their best receiver is a fast tight end, their second best WR is a failed QB, and their QB is an uppity wood nymph.

Texas, on the other hand, runs relatively few plays that don’t always put teams in the positions the Longhorns anticipate. For instance, here is a route combination they’ve been using regularly fo...

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