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Case McCoy of the Texas Longhorns is doing something that most college football players don’t normally do. Take responsibility for their own actions. When asked why the Texas Longhorns were an underdog against the TCU Horned Frogs, McCoy said “probably because I’m quarterback right?” Texas has played with multiple quarterbacks this year including QB David Ash. We’ll see if Case McCoy can prove Case Mccoy wrong!
Case McCoy with the Texas quote of the day. Asked why TCU is favored Saturday, he responded: "Probably because I"m the quarterback, right?"
— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) October 21, 2013
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Asked why his Longhorns are underdogs at TCU, Texas quarterback Case McCoy humorously answered that it is probably because he's playing under center.
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Last night, Texas announced that quarterback David Ash will not play against TCU as he recovers from lingering head issues. In his absence, the reigns will continue to be handed to senior Case McCoy.
Texas is a 2.5-point underdog in Forth Worth this weekend against the Horned Frogs. Today, a reporter asked McCoy why TCU is favored, and he had a pretty humorous response:
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