The last time Texas played at the Rose Bowl, they had a McCoy starting at quarterback. After some recent depth chart shuffling, when the Longhorns return to Pasadena, they’ll still have a McCoy taking the first snap.
Going to a historic stadium that holds 100,000 plus and hosted the “granddaddy” college football game, numerous Super Bowls and soccer’s World Cup final, would be enough to raise a player’s anxiety level.
“The work ethic and attitude have been as good as we had hoped for,” Center said. “Everyone is working extremely hard and showing what they can do.” Center said he looks forward to getting the season started against some tough competition.