Vince Young is back in Austin, enrolled as a full-time student at Texas for the spring semester, according to Dan Treadway of the Daily Texan.
Young, who guided the Longhorns to the 2005 Bowl Championship Series title, is enrolled as a liberal arts major, but reportedly is considering a switch to education and early child development.
Young, who left after his junior season, attends classes four days a week and then flies to Nashville to fulfill his obligations with the NFL's Tennessee Titans.
Texas' 42% graduation rate, the lowest in the Big 12, is cause for concern in Austin. Coach Mack Brown appeared at a Faculty Council meeting last week to answer questions about the Longhorns' struggles in the classroom.
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