AUSTIN, Texas -- Bryan Harsin didn't have many answers for Oklahoma's defense.
Texas' co-offensive coordinator had even fewer when asked who his starting quarterback would be in the wake of the humbling 55-17 loss to the Sooners
"Each week, like at every position, we're trying to get guys to separate," Harsin said when asked specifically about who would start at QB. "We're trying to get guys to continue to compete throughout practice. When you get in the games that is another opportunity ...
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