The annual Orange-White scrimmage at Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium Saturday put coach Mack Brown's…
Spring Scrimmage Observations
It's one of the most important questions that Texas is trying to answer, so let's start with the back-up quarterbacks. If one was to base the decision solely on Saturday's game, then there is no controversy. Sherrod Harris is the Longhorns' back-up quarterback. This was based on both performance and when Harris entered the game. While the Texas coaches will consistently say that there's no solid depth chart at any position, where each player stands going into the scrimmage can be pretty clearly drawn from the unit they step out onto the field with. After McCoy debuted with the ones, Harris marched out with the twos. It didn't mean Harris had a clear advantage, it just signifies that if Texas was forced to chose today, they'd go with Harris. The redshirt freshman quarterback then proceeded to show why. Harris ran the ball well, but also made a couple throws and looked like more comfortable. His competitor, John Chiles, was proficient running the ball…not so much with the...
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