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A Change of Plans
Heading into the summer of 2007, Texas wide receiver coach Bobby Kennedy found himself with a surplus of talent. He was placed in charge of the deepest unit on the team and, according to offensive coordinator Greg Davis, the best group of wide receivers on a Texas team since Mack Brown and co. first set foot on the 40 Acres. Kennedy now finds himself hurrying to get his young backups ready as three of his top wideouts suffered injuries this summer. None of the three injuries were serious, with senior Limas Sweed hurting his left wrist as he caught himself while stretching out for a ball, senior Billy Pittman hurting his shoulder falling down during a red zone drill and junior Jordan Shipley tweaking his hamstring during summer workouts, but the minimal nature of the injuries doesn't change the fact that the season is now less than two weeks away. There's a very good chance Texas will have to play some very young players on gameday. On Monday after practice, Inside Texas asked...
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