Fall camp is wrapping up a lot of the questions and position battles for the 2019 Longhorns. There are a few pieces falling into place that were predictable, such as the offensive orienting to make the senior tandem of Collin Johnson and Devin Duvernay the main focus of the passing game. Or Todd Orlando working out how to get B.J. Foster and DeMarvion Overshown on the field by moving Foster to nickel then utilizing the dime package.
For his first two preseason camps as a Longhorn, junior quarterback Sam Ehlinger took part in a heated competition for the starting role. Ehlinger lost the preseason battle in 2017 to Shane Buechele before trading starts for the remainder of Texas head coach Tom Herman’s first season.
I caught up with a couple of more people regarding the team but I didn't unearth anything truly newsworthy. Much of what I'm hearing is similar to what I've been hearing. That means some themes that may play out well into the season may be developing. Most of those themes are good, but some are not.