Posts Tagged ‘Case McCoy’

Investigation into Jordan Hicks, Case McCoy is officially closed

Posted by    |    January 25th, 2013 at 12:06 pm

Longhorn watcher Mike Finger says it’s all wrapped up.

No charges will be filed against two Texas football players investigated last month for their role in an alleged sexual assault at a downtown San Antonio hotel, the Bexar County district attorney’s office confirmed Wednesday.


Case McCoy, Jordan Hicks have rejoined the Texas Longhorns

Posted by    |    January 14th, 2013 at 10:51 am

Per the WWL and Carter Strickland.

“Obviously when you break team rules there’s a certain amount of trust that has been broken, and that will be addressed with further discipline,” Brown said in a statement. “That discipline will be handled within the team.”

Obviously. Duh.

Jordan Hicks Lawyer: No charges forthcoming from San Antonio Police

Posted by    |    January 9th, 2013 at 4:30 pm


Jordan Hicks‘ lawyer, Perry Minton, issued a press release this afternoon stating that the San Antonio police will not be filing charges against either Hicks or Case McCoy in connection with the alleged sexual assault that occurred two nights before the Alamo Bowl.

“I just got off the phone with the San Antonio Police Department Detective in charge of the investigation of my client and he has informed me that no charges will be brought against Jordan Hicks or anyone else in this matter.”

Neither Hicks nor McCoy has made any public statement since the incident occurred. The University has likewise not commented on this matter since head coach Mack Brown suspended the two players for a violation of team rules (presumably busting curfew) and sending them home the day before the Alamo Bowl.

Texas Longhorns Look to Land JUCO Recruits

Posted by    |    December 7th, 2012 at 4:01 pm


The Texas Longhorns head into the 2013 recruiting homestretch with their eyes on some of the top junior college recruits in the nation.

First up is the unresolved issue at quarterback. Texas offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin appears to be pushing hard for a junior college commitment to challenge starter David Ash and backup Case McCoy in 2013. Following the news that Harsin had visited Tanner McEvoy of Arizona Western C.C., two more names have surfaced.

The first is Nick Marshall from Garden City (Kan.) C.C. Harsin reportedly visited Marshall, a former Georgia Bulldogs safety. Marshall is also considering schools like the Indiana Hoosiers, Kansas St. Wildcats, and Baylor Bears. Working against Marshall’s recruitment is the fact that he is unlikely to be a spring enrollee, and also has only two years of eligibility remaining. Further, Marshall is extremely raw as a passer, which doesn’t appear to fit Harsin’s desired profile. Nevertheless, he’s a name to watch.


Untucking Fate: 40 Yards of Alternate History

Posted by    |    December 6th, 2012 at 2:00 am


Not convinced one fateful kick can change everything? Let’s imagine for a moment what might have happened if Tucker had not.

It’s November 24th, 2011 and the nightmare is on for the home crowd. After shooting themselves in the foot all night, Texas A&M’s fragile lead hangs in the balance after Case McCoy scrambles the ‘Horns into field goal range. The second largest crowd in Kyle Field history can only watch as Tucker slams a booming kick towards the goalpost.