Manny Diaz hasn’t forgotten the Longhorns defense’s 2012 misadventures — how could he, short of hiring a psychiatrist and/or hypnotist? — but that doesn’t mean he wants to dwell on it.
“We can’t carry around the ghost of last year,” Texas’ defensive coordinator said before the Longhorns adjourned for spring break at about the mid-point of spring practice. “Understandably, we have lost trust from people from our performance last year.”
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CORRECTION: This story has been updated to correct that Tevin Jackson suffered a dislocated shoulder during spring workouts.