I like how Mack Brown announced to the world what the UT offense is going to do against Missouri.
And if you believe that, I have some swampland in Tuscola to sell you.
In case you missed it, Colt McCoy's coach has said they are "tinkering" with the O-line, shuffling wide receivers, wanting to use the tight end more and have Colt rely on his legs more.
Of course, Missouri has spent a lot of time going over the OU game film to figure out how to limit Colt and the UT offense. A bad cold and a bum thumb might have had a little something to do with that last Saturday, not just the OU defense, but don't tell Mizzou.
But Brown isn't telling the Tigers anything they don't already know. They saw what worked for the Longhorns and what didn't. Colt was effective the few times he ran against the Sooners. They saw that. They were already looking for it.
I think Mack is just wanting Missouri to concentrate on something other than taking Colt's go-to guy (Shipley) out of the mix.
Of course, Missouri probably knows that's what Mack's up to, and Mack knows they know, and they know Mack knows they know (ad infinitum).
So, what does it boil down to?
I'm going to say a sweet 28-10 Longhorn road victory.