McCoy suffers pinched nerve
PASADENA, Calif. -- Texas quarterback Colt McCoy hurt his passing shoulder on the Longhorns' first drive of the Citi BCS National Championship Game Thursday night, knocking him out of the biggest -- and final -- game of his college career.
McCoy told ESPN.com after the game he had a pinched nerve in his right shoulder. He said his arm felt like a "noodle" and had no strength.
"I could throw [the ball] hard," McCoy said. "I just didn't know where it was going."
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