Jevan Snead, the tall, blonde former freshman Texas QB who almost saved the Longhorns against Kansas State when redshirt-freshman QB Colt McCoy was injured and left the game in the first quarter, has committed to play for the University of Mississippi. I guess we can be happy he at least won’t be playing in the Big 12, since he’s good enough to pose a threat. Strange kid, in a way. You’d think he’d have been willing to gamble on riding the bench a while longer, considering Colt was injured twice in the same way–pinched nerve–in back to back games and isn’t certain for the Horns’ bowl game. Transferring means Snead’ll have another year of ildness, sitting out all of the Rebels’ games in 2007 under NCAA rules.
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