Texas head coach Tom Herman is apparently in no rush to decide on who will be running the offense during games this season.
Herman was asked Tuesday if offensive coordinator Tim Beck will be calling plays, but he didn't have an answer or a timeline for making the choice.
"No decision has been made, nor do I feel any sense of urgency about that," Herman said, according to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports.
Beck joined the Longhorns and Herman from Ohio State in January 2017. He served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in his first season while calling plays.
However, Texas ranked tied for 52nd in the FBS with 29.5 points per game and 66th with 398 yards of offense per game in 2017.
Herman has also yet to decide on which quarterback will be running the plays in 2018.
"We'd like to have it (the QB decision) made a week (before opener) but if not, that's OK. There's no deadline or timetable," Herman said, according to college football insider Brett McMurphy.
Sophomore Sam Ehlinger and Junior Shane Buechele were the school's leading passers in 2017, throwing for 1,915 and 1,405 yards, respectively, while each playing in nine games. They are the only two returning quarterbacks for the 2018 campaign.
Texas is set to open its season Sept. 1 at Maryland.