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The demographics for college football viewers are heavily skewed towards Republican voters who tend to take anti-union stances. Largely, this is due to the concentration of college football fans in the Southeast and rural Midwest.
With the Longhorns moving away from former USC quarterback Max Wittek and David Ash sidelined with an injury, Texas will likely live and die with a young quarterback this season. That’s hardly ideal, but such is the reality of the situation. Which leads us to…
A common stopgap for programs lacking experienced quarterbacks is a JUCO. As far as such signal callers go, Allen Thigpen qualifies as a “late bloomer,” having grown three inches since his high school graduation. While such players are very hit or miss, you never know when a guy who’s grown so much physically will turn into the next Aaron Rodgers. I wouldn’t bet on that happening here, but you never know.
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