The second half of spring drills will continue to feature more scrimmages involving the first team offense against the first team defense.
"We've hit as much as ever, if not more," Brown said. "We've been One-on-One every snap all spring. Guys are working really, really hard. We'll compete again tomorrow. We'll be in shoulder pads and shorts (Tuesday) and then scrimmage on Friday."
Brown also told athletes that "we no longer have three new coaches (Co-Defensive Coordinator Greg Robinson, DE Coach Dick Tomey, WR Coach Bobby Kennedy) because they've been here long enough now. They know who you are. We're working now toward the Spring Game on (April 3)."
The annual Spring Jamboree (Orange-White) football game will be moved from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon if the Texas men's basketball team reaches the Final Four, Brown said. The winner of the Texas-Xavier game Friday in Atlanta will face the winner of the Duke-Illinois contest for the right to advance to the National Semifinal game on April 3.
"We hope we're playing in San Antonio," Brown said, "but it's way too early to worry about that but I can assure you that we'll all be in San Antonio if our basketball team is playing down there."
Brown cited the overall success of UT spring athletics, including women's basketball's No. 1 seed and the baseball team's ranking in the Top 3 of all major polls.
"We're having a great spring outside of football and that's what this part of the year is all about," Brown said. "Hopefully, we'll have an issue moving our Spring Game."