This team’s goals for 2015 are largely of the less quantifiable variety. Strong needs to develop the young players, find a QB, build an identity on offense, keep recruiting momentum going in state, improve special teams, and see this team build on what little was accomplished last year.
Charlie Strong's inaugural Texas campaign undoubtedly proved his wizardry as a defensive mind. He took the same parts that previously comprised a soft and undisciplined defense and made them one of the Big 12's best. Heading into 2015, much of the 2014 defense's key components have been lost to senior attrition, but he was still able to reinforce his reputation in the minds of many during the Spring game, especially when you take into consideration the young, inexperienced, and injured roster.
In this week's Inside Scoop, we get ready for the Under Armour and Army All-American games next week as well as catch up with Kris Boyd, Ryan Newsome, and others. We also talk to a 2017 point guard who recently visited Austin and look closer at the top WR in Texas for 2016.