Interesting article by Stewart Mandel comparing the starts by the Texas and Oklahoma QBs;

SI.com - Writers - Stewart Mandel: Importance of offensive-line play and more

In particular the question from the Texas fan:

"Hey Stewart, what is up with Texas' offense? Why did Colt McCoy only take a deep shot once the entire game against UCF? I am sick of these slants, hitches and shotgun handoffs to Jamaal Charles."

Mandels response:

"Considering this (the offensive line) is the only variable that's significantly changed on Texas' offense, it stands to reason that McCoy's struggles are a direct result of it. ... If he's not throwing downfield as much this season, it's probably because he doesn't have time."

Sound familiar?