No. 11 Texas is heading into their annual rivalry with Oklahoma with plans to keep playing two quarterbacks.
The Longhorns are off to a 4-0 start behind the rotation of Case
McCoy and David Ash. They'll be stepping onto a much bigger stage
against the No. 3 Sooners.
McCoy is just a sophomore and Ash is a freshman Texas coach Mack
Brown says he's not worried about rotating his young quarterbacks
in a rivalry where momentum can swing from play to play. Both
played big roles in a rally to beat BYU and two road wins over UCLA
and Iowa State.
The Sooners will have junior Landry Jones at quarterback when
the teams meet Saturday at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
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