Texas’ inside linebackers

Anthony Wheeler at the Texas Bowl. (Will Gallagher/IT)

Anthony Wheeler at the Texas Bowl. (Will Gallagher/IT)

Last year around this time one of the big questions for the spring game was how Texas’ LBs would show against the run. The 2016 season had been one of the ugliest for LB play in a decade of exceptionally ugly play at that position but with Malik Jefferson and Anthony Wheeler coming under Todd Orlando’s supervision there was some hope that it might get turned around. Then the offense spent the spring game throwing the ball around on the perimeter and it remained to be seen whether Texas knew how to fit the run or not.

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