Habe on the ‘Horns: UT football team coming together after a week of fall practice
By Steve Habel/Senior Editor
AUSTIN, Texas — It might be a while — maybe even as long as the first offensive snap of the Texas Longhorns’ season-opening game Sept. 4 against Notre Dame in Royal-Memorial Stadium — before fans and the media know for certain who the team's starting quarterback will be.
But Texas head coach Charlie Strong said Saturday that the reason for the non-disclosure has little to do with who will win the job and everything to do with not allowing the Fighting Irish an easier time of preparing to face the player who will be behind center for the Longhorns. The battle for starting quarterback has come down to [article-offer]