Texas Football 2012: Manny Diaz Breaks Down Big Defensive Plays Versus New Mexico

People with the Longhorn Network have been universally impressed with both the production quality and level of insight into the program provided, particularly in regards to the shows involving breakdowns with the Texas coaches.

So while it's still hard or impossible to get the network in many places, LHN is kind enough to drop some of the meatier stuff on their YouTube channel.

This breakdown with defensive coordinator Manny Diaz of some of the important plays against New Mexico, including the interception, forced and recovered fumble, and a sack by Jackson Jeffcoat, is one of those clips.

Take a few minutes and find out who helped Quandre Diggs be in position for his interception, and how Jackson Jeffcoat used simple assignment football to make two more plays that helped the Longhorns keep the Lobos from putting anything on the scoreboard.

LHN - Defense - Manny Diaz (via longhornnetwork)

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