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Receivers Dominate, Freshmen Emerge Saturday

Roy (above), Bo tearing it up at Denius

Make no mistake -- the first week of Two-Every-Other-Days for Texas has belonged to SE <B>Roy Williams </B>and TE <B>Bo Scaife</B>. The duo proved again Saturday that there are none finer at their respective<B> </B>positions in D-I football. But, already, some key freshmen are starting to state their cases for losing their 'shirts, as the Horns donned shoulder pads for the first time this season.

Meanwhile, much attention has been focused on starting center, where challenger Will Allen has pushed aside incumbent Jason Glynn, who started all 13 games. But Allen sprained his thumb Friday, which put Glynn back with the top unit. Glynn gives up four inches and nearly 25 pounds to the 6-6, 297-pound Allen. "That would mean Jason is the starter as of right now," Brown said. "We’ve got to work...

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