Saturday, December 3, 2011
Rough stretch for Texas QB Case McCoy
By ESPN.com staff
Before Saturday, Texas quarterback Case McCoy hadn't thrown an interception his entire career.
Through almost three quarters, he has two against Baylor.
The biggest kicker: He's thrown three touchdown passes, too, after throwing just four all season.
Baylor leads, 38-24, after the Bears took advantage of the second interception with Robert Griffin III's second rushing touchdown of the day.
McCoy got off to a great start with the three scores, including one for 80 yards to Marquise Goodwin.
Did he get a bit too comfortable? It's possible. Either way, he's put Texas back in a 14-point hole after the Longhorns already climbed out of a 14-0 deficit to begin the game.
For the Heisman-inclined, RG3's put up a worthy stat line thus far: He's 9-of-14 for 191 yards, a touchdown and an interception. He's run eight times for 18 yards and two scores.