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Brown: Now Is Time For Horns To Establish Rank

Brown 'really pleased' with Mike Williams at DE

Spring Break is over, so it's time for younger Texas football players to break from the pack, head coach <B>Mack Brown </b>said, in essence, when spring drills resumed Monday. Most of the first eight days of practice focused on teaching and adding new wrinkles on both sides of the ball -- all directed at the common goal of winning those elusive pair of games next fall on the heels on consecutive 11-2 campaigns.

Now, during the final stretch concluding with the March 29 Spring Game, individual athletes are vying for coveted playing time in Brown's rotation. As such, the snack, crackle, pop of full pads in a limited-contact section set the tone for the two-hour session at Frank Denius Field. "We're looking at personnel; it's the most important thing during the last seven days of practice," Brown said... Recommended Stories