With junior quarterback Case McCoy among the two Longhorns sent home from the Alamo Bowl, the Longhorns' safety net at quarterback becomes unstable. If something happens to David Ash — say, he reinjures the ribs

When the news first broke that Texas had suspended quarterback Case McCoy and linebacker Jordan Hicks for a curfew violation (via ESPN), that didn't sound right to me. After all, college football players have done much worse things than failing to find

When the news first broke that Texas had suspended quarterback Case McCoy and linebacker Jordan Hicks for a curfew violation (via ESPN), that didn't sound right to me. After all, college football players have done much worse things than failing to find

SAN ANTONIO – Texas backup quarterback Case McCoy and injured linebacker Jordan Hicks were suspended and sent home a day before Saturday's Valero Alamo Bowl against Oregon State. The suspensions of the two

Things can't get much worse for Texas quarterback Case McCoy, on the field or off of it. Four weeks after throwing two interceptions against Kansas State in a losing effort in his only start of 2012, the junior signal-caller was sent home one day