Sports Illustrated presents a special collector's edition commemorating the Texas Longhorns' championship season. The 88-page magazine, with a limited press run of 430,000 copies, celebrates UT's undefeated season and the rich history of Longhorn football. The cover features Texas quarterback Vince Young with the billing, "2005 National Champions Longhorns: Vince Young's Glory Days." Highlights of the special issue include: T for Texas, and for Tradition: For Mack Brown, the secret ingredient to bringing back the glory days was Darrell Royal, explains SI senior writer Tim Layden. The Star: Tim Layden's take on how Vince Young carried Texas to a national title even as he struggled to come to terms with his estranged father. The Architect: The business of coaching has changed forever for Mack Brown. The Rose Bowl: SI senior writer Austin Murphy reports on how Texas upset USC to win its first national championship in 35 years. The Greatest Longhorns of All Time: From incomparable tailbacks to linemen of lore, Texas has seen its share of greats--so many that legend Bobby Layne didn't make SI's cut. The Covers: From Bobby Lackey to Vince Young, the Horns have hooked plenty of SI front pages (15 to date, not including this special commemorative edition). The Force: In his three seasons at Texas, Tommy Nobis left a lasting legacy as one of the Longhorns'--and the game's--finest players, writes Dan Jenkins (in an article reprinted from the October 18, 1965, edition of SI).