AUSTIN, Texas -- His teammates joke that they notice new biceps on Texas quarterback Colt McCoy more than ever before.
A buffed-up McCoy might still bear a striking resemblance to the title character of "Malcolm in the Middle," even at a hulkish 210 pounds. But McCoy said the added weight should have him better prepared for his second season as the Longhorns' starter.
"I need to be," McCoy said. "I'm tired of being thrown around and I don't want to get hurt again. I spent ...
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