Well, finally ... got the slideshows and stats updated.
Sorry, I was in Tennessee most of the time after the game until now. (They have a UT too, of course, but it's the wrong color orange.)
Again, Colt McCoy had a season in which he handled himself like a champion on the field and a gentleman off the field.
His 76.7% completion rate this year is tops in the NCAA, and quite frankly, just about unheard of.
He was second in the Heisman voting. Historically, those guys go on to have better pro careers than the winners.
He has a career completion percentage of 70.2, has 85 TDs through the air and 17 on the ground. Over 1,200 yards rushing and more than 9,700 yards passing.
Last year at this time I predicted Colt would win every game in 2008 except the Tech one.
I'm not going to do that again.
Colt will have plenty of pressure on his shoulders as everyone in Burnt Orange Nation will be expecting a 15-0 record next season.
If he stays true to form, he'll again just worry about taking the W's one game at a time.
Of all the great plays he had and the images on TV this past season, the one that will stick with me, however, is the 3-second glimpse of him on the field after Crabtree had scored in the final seconds.
"Wait, we won this game! This can't be!" is what his facial expression said to me on the brief video.
As sad as that was - and my wife was depressed for days - it no doubt instilled in him an even greater will to win.
In fact, "He willed himself to that win," is what I told my wife after he and Cosby snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in the Fiesta Bowl.
He has focus like so many other great quarterbacks do.
That means he'll first think about going 1-0, then 2-0, etc., without ever thinking of that possible 15-0 in 2009.
So, I'll take my cue from him and make this prediction: The Longhorns will beat Louisiana-Monroe 235 days from now.