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When was your moment of irrationality?

Yesterday, while I was in the shower - soaping down my scrotum with my customary amount of vigor - I had That Moment. Not the moment you have as a tween when strange sensations of friction suddenly...

Colt McCoy to Speak at FREE Event Tuesday, March 26th

Longhorn legend and former Texas Football player Colt McCoy will be the guest speaker at Caring for Camo’s second meeting on Tuesday, March 26th at 5pm. The event will be held in the Ballroom of the Texas Union, is free to attend, and is open to all students as well as the general public. Due to the limited capacity of 800 people, the doors will open at 4:15pm on Tuesday. Parking is available in the Co-Op garage located at 2214 San Antonio Street. Caring for Camo is a new student organization on the University of Texas campus, started in part by current football player, former Green Beret Staff Sergeant, and Disney Spirit Award Winner Nate Boyer. The organization was founded for the purpose of sending care packages and letters to deployed troops; an act which is immensely appreciated by the troops, according to Boyer. The event on Tuesday will be Caring for Camo’s second general awareness meeting. Anyone interested in hearing Colt McCoy or learning more about helping our deployed troops is encouraged to attend. For up-to-date information regarding the event, please follow Caring for Camo on Twitter (@CaringforCamo). Be a Hero. Help a Hero.

Weekend Hot Jocks: Colt McCoy, Jordan Shipley

The annual Red River Shootout is this Saturday in Dallas between Oklahoma and Texas. All eyes will be on UT quarterback Colt McCoy (#12) and his receiver/BFF Jordan Shipley (#8). You'll hear how...

If you're bored, here is the Texas vs Okie State game in 2007, where we came back from 24 down in...

If you're bored, here is the Texas vs Okie State game in 2007, where we came back from 24 down in the fourth to win it. Not sure why I wanted to watch this again, but it was amusing. Video quality isn't great though. A few notable things: -This was easily Colt's roughest year, yet his QB play is light years ahead of what we've seen the past two. -Jamaal Charles is really fast. His 75 yard run in the fourth is one of my favorites. -Huge drops in the second half from both Cosby and Shipley. Nobody is perfect. -Texas gained over 300 yards in one quarter after having only like 270 after three. All three 4th quarter touchdown drives went the length of the field, so it's not like the Pokes were doing stupid things and gifting the Horns with good field position. -Mack Brown looked almost guilty we won that game, similar to how Nick Saban was decidedly unexcited about the Bluegrass Miracle. Probably not the type of win most coaches want.

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Cleveland seeks to trade McCoy

Time to have some fun with the backup QB situation in Cincinnati. The Browns are apparently wanting to trade McCoy for anything to spare him the embarrassment of being cut. Would you consider...

James Harrison Gets 1-Game Suspension for McCoy Hit

The NFL told Pittsburgh Tuesday that linebacker James Harrison will have to sit out one game for his helmet-to-helmet hit on QB Colt McCoy. Harrison is scheduled to miss next Monday Night's game...

NFL Coaching Hissy Fits: Eric Mangini Edition

Les Carpenter with Yahoo! Sports has an excellent article out right now about Colt McCoy's young career in Cleveland. It is apparently becoming a tradition for Texas quarterbacks to be drafted by...

A Statistics-Based 2011 Texas Preview

No, not by me. SBNation has posted a preview of our upcoming season by Bill Connelly of Football Study Hall. It's a great look from a statistical standpoint and what we can expect this season. ...

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