I think one of the more interesting back stories to the upcoming 2008 Texas Longhorns football campaign is what an average year for Colt McCoy will do in terms of re-writing the UT record books. Before anyone makes any quips, yes an average year will mean a certain number of interceptions as well as the great possibility of 10 wins vs. more. However, an average statistical year for Colt will have him owning career records in attempts, completions, and yardage in just his third year. In addition, if he excels (as well as the defense) against this incredibly difficult conference schedule and they win 11 games, he then moves into a tie for career wins with Vince at 30 wins. Regardless of how they finish in the win columns (I mean 10 vs. 11), Colt, by the time he graduates, will deservedly become the overall statistical bar by which all future UT quarterbacks will be judged.