Texas plans to come after Landry Jones
Pace of Oklahoma's offense and getting pressure will be Texas' defensive focus
Updated: October 5, 2011, 11:19 AM ETBy Carter Strickland | HornsNation
AUSTIN, Texas -- Urban Meyer had a message for Mack Brown and his new defensive coordinator Manny Diaz in the spring.
As the former Florida coach stood and watched Diaz's defense on an all-out blitz that left only linebacker Keenan Robinson to play centerfield, Meyer turned to Brown and said: "That is fine for spring. Are you going to let that happen in the fall?" That would be a resounding yes.
Harry How/Getty ImagesTexas doesn't have many sacks, but it's pressure schemes have been effective against opponents' passing games.
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