Key players for the Texas Longhorns
Colt McCoy - QB
Heisman hopeful Colt McCoy has been putting up some huge numbers for Texas. The quarterback has gone 103-for-130 for 1,280 yards and 16 TDs. He's also the team's leading rusher, totaling 317 yards on the ground and 4 TDs.
Aaron Williams - DB
Freshman defensive back Aaron Williams has one interception on the season but took it to the house for an 81-yard tochdown. He also has 8 total tackles on the season.
Brian Orakpo - DL
Senior defensive lineman Brian Orakpo leads the Longhorns in sacks with 5.5. He's averaging an impressive 1.1 sacks per game. He's also fifth on the team in total tackles with 19.
Chris Ogbonnaya - RB
Senior running back Chris Ogbonnaya gives the Longhorns a threat on the ground and in the aerial attack. He's rushed for 93 yards and one TD but also is third on the team in receiving with 15 catches for 244 yards and 3 TDs.
Cody Johnson - RB
Freshman running back Cody Johnson has made an instant impact for Texas. He is second on the Longhorns in rushing with 193 yards on 50 carries and has reached paydirt six times.
Jordan Shipley - WR
Senior wide receiver Jordan Shipley is one of Colt McCoy's favorite targets. He is second on the team in receptions with 24 and in receiving yards with 368 but leads all receivers with 7 TDs.
Quan Crosby - WR
Senior wide receiver Quan Crosby leads the Longhorns in receptions with 32 and receiving yardage with 416. He's also reached the end zone three times.
Roddrick Muckelroy - LB
The junior linebacker leads the Longhorns in total tackles with 40, 23 of which were solo. He also has a fumble return that he returned 26 yards for a touchdown.
Sergio Kindle - LB
The junior linebacker is second on the team in sacks with three. He's also fourth on the team in total tackles with 20.
Vondrell McGee - RB
The sophomore running back has rushed 187 yards on 50 carries for one touchdown. Along with Cody Johnson or the mobile QB Colt McCoy, the Longhorns have a versatile running attack.
Mack Brown - Head coach
Since taking over as head coach of the Longhorns in 1998, Brown has led Texas to an impressive 103-25 record including 7 bowl wins.