Texas RB Jamaal Charles has been cleared to play in the Longhorns' game Saturday against No. 8/10…
Selvin And Jamaal: How Well Now?
Both are still on the mend from ankle injuries, but healing is taking a different form for the RBs who'll continue their backfield rotation as Texas concludes the 2005 regular season with three games out of four on the road. Young will get the starting nod again this week at Oklahoma State, said head coach Mack Brown, who believes the junior is nearly 100 percent except for that critical terrain between the ears. "The last part of rehabilitation is the mental part," Brown said. "I thought there were some good plays that he made against Colorado, but he still didn't have great confidence. On Saturday (against Texas Tech), he played with great confidence. That's why we started him. Jamaal is just a freshman and you never know when that ankle is going to be tweaked again. Watching Jamaal in practice, he seems to be fine. We feel like if he continues to progress through practice, he'll be in good shape." Overall, the Horns are in great shape with their league-leading 256.1 rushing ypg...
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