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Texas' football lockers are unlike anything you've seen

FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2016, file photo, Tom Herman talks to the media during a news conference where he was introduced as coach of the Texas college football team. Considering all the hype about Herman, there will not be much of a grace period for him in Austin. Former coach Charlie Strong left behind a pretty good roster and told the world that the Longhorns would win 10 games in 2017 no matter who is coaching. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2016, file photo, Tom Herman talks to the media during a news conference where he was introduced as coach of the Texas college football team. Considering all the hype about Herman, there will not be much of a grace period for him in Austin. Former coach Charlie Strong left behind a pretty good roster and told the world that the Longhorns would win 10 games in 2017 no matter who is coaching. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

Tom Herman has been at Texas for a little more than four months -- but times, they are a changin'. Whether it's an increased emphasis on " toughness" or Herman's fascinationwith, ahem, " other stuff" it's safe to say that the Longhorns have officially moved on from the Charlie Strong era.

That was proven beyond a reasonably doubt on Friday, when Texas Director of High School Football Relations Bob Shipley (the father of former Longhorns Jordan and Jaxon) tweeted out a picture of the team's newlockers.

New lockers are unfreakingbelievable. Each locker has 43" monitor instead of name plate. #ThisisTexas #revolution18 pic.twitter.com/qeaI1TU8to

— Bob Shipley (@RobertShipley2) April 14, 2017

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No, there's no need to check your eyes: Those are actualtelevisions in each player's locker -- replacing the traditional name-plate.

Clearly the move was made to not only spice up Texas football, butit probably can't hurt in recruiting either.

There's also little doubt that plenty of coaching staffs across college football are working furiously to get TVs in their player's lockers as we speak.

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