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By: Scipio Tex
Fall Camp is going to shake out a number of position battles, the most important of which will be three starting spots on the Texas offensive line. Both guard spots and right tackle. Additionally, Herb Hand will be looking for his third tackle and third interior OL off of the bench. The Longhorn coaches don’t know how it will shake out yet, but are generally optimistic about the end product, which is a source of consternation for some fans who prefer the certainty of a marginal starter to open-ended position battles that may not fully resolve until early September.
My goal is to break it down and make Herb Hand’s decisional algorithm accessible. The depth chart is a useless document right now. Hand is concerned with Best Five.
Figuring out the starting 2019 Texas Offensive Line hinges on five factors:
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