Found November 15, 2011 on Blogging Bevo:
Case McCoy showcased his playmaking abilities against UCLA, completing 80 percent of his passes, throwing two touchdown passes and dodging many Bruins defenders. Then, he was replaced by freshman David Ash, who proved he could be a dynamic player against Texas Tech when he completed multiple deep throws and broke free for a 47-yard run on third down. Against Missouri, neither Ash or McCoy could get anything going.  For most of the season, Texas proved to have playmakers at nearly every position except quarterback. Gilbert, Ash and McCoy showed flashes of brilliance this season but not a consistent ability to make plays. Meanwhile, Jaxon Shipley's receiving prowess has been on display since the season opener, Malcolm Brown quickly established himself as a dominant running back, and Joe Bergeron brought back memories of Ricky Williams with the way he played against Texas Tech. But none of them play Saturday against Missouri. When Fozzy Whittaker suffered a season-ending knee ...
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