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This autumn, Texas football faces one of the hardest schedules in the country; with the new 12-team College Football Playoff, the season may last longer than ever. The Longhorns are therefore acutely aware that depth may be a critical factor in this year’s campaign.

Colt McCoy, a former quarterback for the Texas Longhorns, recently made the decision to voice his opinions about the promising future of the team’s backup quarterback, Arch Manning.

McCoy made his remarks in the wake of information about the Longhorns’ 2024 breakout prospect becoming public. Concerning news about the Longhorns’ pursuit of a five-star wide receiver was also received.

Will Manning be able to demonstrate his abilities this fall with enough reps? Quinn Ewers holding down the fort at quarterback, it remains to be seen, but McCoy thinks Manning has potential.

McCoy of Texas football draws attention with his latest opinion
The remarks McCoy made on Manning, the former five-star and nephew of Eli and Peyton Manning who hasn’t played much on the field yet in Austin, Texas, were released by the USA Today website Longhorns Wire. McCoy remains optimistic about the young gunslinger’s future.

I adore Arch Manning, McCoy declared. “I believe that being able to sit for a few years is abnormal, am I right? In college football these days, it’s not typical.

“I think it’s fantastic that so many guys are transferring and wanting to play. As far as Arch is concerned, he’s working extremely hard. Quinn (Ewers) is teaching him a lot.

Ewers vs. Manning is a competition held on April 20, 2024, in Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas, between Texas Longhorns quarterbacks Quinn Ewers (3) and Arch Manning (16), left, as they warm up for the team’s spring Orange and White game.
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Despite the general consensus that Quinn Ewers will start at quarterback for Coach Steve Sarkisian’s squad rather than Arch Manning given last year’s performance, the Longhorns supporters aren’t giving up on the possibility that Manning will step up to the plate and impress the coaching staff.

Some may find Manning’s circumstances reminiscent of Michigan football, the defending national champions, who the Longhorns play early in September. Thanks to the strength of Cade McNamara’s right arm, the Wolverines made it to the four-team playoff and won the Big Ten Conference. The next season, JJ McCarthy, a young quarterback, was chosen by Coach Jim Harbaugh through a two-game audition process for the starting quarterback position.

In McCarthy’s second season as the starting quarterback, Michigan won the national championship thanks to the innovative concept. Ewers is unlikely to quit as quickly as McNamara did, but Manning has the skill and ancestry to overtake him eventually—possibly this season.

It’s expected that Ewers will stay in his position and guide Coach Steve Sarkisian’s Texas football team to the Playoffs, but Manning is too talented to be kept off the field this fall, so keep an eye on him.


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