Five thoughts on Texas' sophomore day 

March, 24, 2013
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AUSTIN, Texas -- The Longhorns’ inaugural sophomore day has come and gone, the affects of which will likely be felt for some time.

There were uncertainties going into Saturday’s festivities. What was known was that several dozen of the top sophomores in the state were going to travel here for a first in the history of Texas football, and that it was going to be structured similar to a junior day.

Other than that, questions ran rampant. How many offers would go out? Would anyone commit? What were recruits saying when it was done?

Here’s a look at five things we learned from Texas’ first sophomore day:

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