Horns click on trick plays
Receivers play QB, freshmen get in on what Harsin says is only the top of his goody bag
Updated: September 4, 2011, 12:47 PM ETBy William Wilkerson | HornsNation
AUSTIN, Texas -- Jordan Shipley didn't want to cloud Jaxon Shipley's mind with more thoughts before the younger Shipley embarked on his first game with the Longhorns on Saturday. "I really didn't talk to him before just because I wanted him to relax," Jordan said from the sidelines. "I know he has a lot of pressure on him." Jaxon feels pressure to be the next Jordan Shipley. Pressure to be an emerging threat for co-offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin's revamped offense. Pressure to help Texas move away from last season's 5-7 record.
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