Coming off a bounce back 8-5 season, things are looking up for the 2012 Texas Longhorns. They are expected to field one of the Big 12's best defenses and running attacks. However, for yet another season, fans are left with the same lingering question: Who will play quarterback?
After moving on from Garrett Gilbert to the tandem of David Ash and Case McCoy, the Longhorns got quarterback play that often bordered on unwatchable as only WR Jaxon Shipley seemed to be able to throw the ball down the field. Though both Ash and McCoy were able to pull out signature wins while showing flashes of the ability to lead this team, neither was able to definitively prove they should be the starter in 2012.
So, here's what this year's edition of the Longhorns' QB battle looks like after the spring.