Case McCoy passed for 168 yards and two
touchdowns, D.J. Grant made his first three career touchdown
catches, and No. 23 Texas avenged last season's stunning home loss
to UCLA with a 49-20 victory over the Bruins on Saturday.
Malcolm Brown rushed for 110 yards and a score, and Fozzy
Whittaker ran for two more touchdowns for the Longhorns (3-0), who
got solid production from two young quarterbacks. McCoy went 12 for
15 without a turnover in his first career start, and freshman David
Ash went 3 for 3 in frequent action.
Jaxon Shipley caught five passes and threw a TD pass for the
Longhorns, whose spiral to a losing record last season began with
that 34-12 loss to UCLA.
Richard Brehaut passed for 150 yards after Kevin Prince threw
three interceptions in the first quarter for the Bruins (1-2).
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