Texas worked-out in full pads Friday for the first time this season, but there is one thing…
Let There Be Football!
...it would be RS-freshman Colt McCoy. As advertised, true freshman Jevan Snead is plenty strong-armed. (He is so strong-armed, in fact, that there is tendency to try to throw the ball through the defender). But McCoy has plenty of velocity on his tosses and, on opening night, was remarkably accurate. Granted, it's early. And we won't know anything definitive about either QB until they are subjected to live tackling in an actual football game. But McCoy displayed the polish that would be expected of a QB with an extra year in the system. I didn't want to put words in Offensive Coordinator Greg Davis' mouth, and so I asked a general question about whether he observed an appreciable difference in the QBs Monday relative to when he last saw them in the spring. "I was really impressed with Colt tonight," Davis replied. "We signaled plays from the sideline at the end of the practice (during 11-on-11 drills) and we had no snafus in that situation. Just the overall running of the...
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