Texas Ex-Aaron Williams: ‘It’s about to go down this year’

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Biggest take away from Tom Herman addressing media

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Excited for Texas football to return? A few former Longhorns are as well.

Former Texas star Aaron Williams took to Twitter on Sunday to showcase just how fired up he is for the return of college football and the return of Texas to the national spotlight.

"It’s about to go down this year," he said along with a "In Herman we trust" hashtag.

it’s about to go down this year! #InHermanWeTrust \m/ 🐂 https://t.co/t9VrRxQe1n

— Aaron Williams (@ajwilliams23) July 30, 2017

Williams spent three seasons at Texas, appearing in 37 games with 23 starts. As a second-team All-Big 12 defensive back, he recorded four interceptions, 12 tackles for loss and 24 pass breakups before declaring for the NFL Draft.

Williams was also part of Texas’ national championship appearance in 2009, so he knows what success in Austin looks like.

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