Between now and September 2nd, Texas fans are going to devote a lot of time, energy and ink to discussing the QB position and to hand-wringing over which RB will assert themselves in the Spring and Fall.
I get it. They’re glamour positions. But what if their 2017 offensive performance rests as much on the assets around them as their individual talent? Maybe their stats are signs of the health of that infrastructure. The kind that opens holes, spreads the field and creates easy throws with time and separation.