Brown hopes offensive changes will help Longhorns

Brown hopes offensive changes will help Longhorns

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After three straight disappointing seasons, Longhorn Coach Mack Brown believes that the move to a more up-tempo offense will help the team in 2013.

Most Longhorn fans have been disappointed with the 11-15 Big 12 record and 3-11 record against top 25 teams over the past three years.

If Coach Brown is feeling pressure, he was not showing it on Thursday when he spoke to the media as spring football begins.

"It was the same pressure as we had in 2010," Brown said. "I feel excellent heading in. It's not pressure, it's excitement. We have a lot of starters back. We have a chance to get the program back"

Mack said the idea to implement more of a no-huddle offense was born early last season around the time West Virginia, OU, and Baylor sprinted to a combined 161 points against them in three games! It was reinforced after a brutal first half at the Alamo Bowl.

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