That is, UT’s head coach says he won’t release a depth chart for the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl until gameday, Dec. 28.
“We’ve got to get settled but we’re in a position right now where we’re going to need both of them,” Brown says. “We want the kids to compete and make sure the guys that are practicing the hardest and best will be the ones that get to play in the ballgame.”
Sounds like a little competition could drive the team’s quality and output.
What do you think? Has either of the young quarterbacks distinguished himself in the minds and hearts of fans? How so? Vote now.
Photo courtesy Elisabeth Dillon/the Daily Texan.
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