A year removed from finishing second to Sam Bradford, Colt McCoy should take home the Heisman in guiding his team to the Big-12 title.
As for lost weapons, McCoy said his goodbyes to WR Quan Cosby and RB Chris Ogbonnaya.
McCoy is still surrounded by disgusting talent in receivers Jordan Shipley, John Chiles and Malcolm Williams, and backs Vondrell McGee and Cody Johnson.
The Longhorns' front line returns four starters, so McCoy will feel more than comfortable in the pocket.
Texas' schedule is anything but difficult. The non-conference portion includes Louisiana-Monroe, Wyoming, UTEP and Central Florida.
As for Big 12 matches, the two games that appear to be the Longhorns' most difficult are against Oklahoma in Dallas and at Oklahoma State.
Texas' advantage in easy competition should push them into the conference title match and quite possibly the BCS National Championship, giving McCoy all the more reason to be alone at the top of quarterback mountain.