Some offense and defensive observations from the Longhorns’ open spring football practice Saturday:
- I really liked how much offensice co-coordinator Major Applewhite and running backs coach Larry Porter stressed ball security with the quarterbacks and running backs. Players would have to run through a gantlet, as Porter would nail them with a big pad to try to knock the ball loose and then Applewhite would take a shot at them with Muhammad Bal-li — Applewhite’s broom handle with a boxing glove attached to the end of it.
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