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"We want both guys to play," Texas co-offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin said. "Right now, obviously one guy is going to have to roll out there at the beginning. You have to do that," Harsin said. "But if they continue progressing like they have been through these next few practices before we play, you can expect both guys out there."
|David Ash seemed likely to be named Texas' starting QB, but the team plans to play Case McCoy, too.|