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A New Season

UT is ready for Omaha, but the Regional is first

The Longhorns struggled to stay above .500 in conference play and were, frankly, a wreck, to start the year. But this is a very different team now and Texas is looking to put its past struggles behind it and look ahead to the new season that is the NCAA Tournament.

Before the Big 12 Tournament, Texas third baseman Preston Clark told Inside Texas that he wasn't concerned at all about the Horns' early season struggles because "every goal" -- outside of a conference regular season title -- was still there for the taking: 1. Win the Big 12 Tournament Championship 2. Advance out of the Regional 3. Make it back to Omaha 4. Win the National Championship One down...

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