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Will Case McCoy get a chance in the Alamo Bowl?
For anyone that has watched the Texas Longhorns this season, this really isn't that bold of a prediction. In fact, you might say that a QB controversy is a forgone conclusion for the upcoming offseason.
But, nonetheless, it won't be official until both David Ash and Case McCoy struggle against Oregon State's defensive pressure.
Ash was named the starter for the Alamo Bowl, but it's highly likely that McCoy will end up seeing the field against the Beavs as well.
In an eerily similar situation to its opponent, Texas is faced with a battle under center that won't resolve itself in San Antonio.
The QB carousel will start spinning after Ash is smacked around by Scott Crichton and the OSU defense, and it will go into hyperdrive once McCoy jumps on board.
When exactly McCoy will get the nod to relieve Ash is uncertain, but it will probably come after a few sacks and an untimely interception that rattles Mack Brown's confidence.
At the end of the day, Longhorn fans will be left wondering which of these two signal-callers will lead the team in 2013.
Unfortunately for those donning the burnt orange, the eventual answer to that quandary will be underwhelming either way.