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Chemistry 101: Do Horns Have Right Formula?

Miller's one of the Horns keeping the team focused

SAN ANTONIO -- Here's how the Texas football team spent its summer vacation: addressing lapses in team chemistry that may have contributed to the two-game tailspin at the end of the 2006 regular season.

The type of "camaraderie and leadership", evident in 2004-05 when the Horns posted an overall 24-1 mark, was not as pronounced during last year's 10-3 campaign, head coach Mack Brown said Wednesday at the annual Big 12 Conference Football Media Days. Avoiding another three-loss season may already be a work-in-progress, Brown believes, as his Horns wrap-up voluntary summer drills. "The longer I... Recommended Stories