AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Texas coach Mack Brown is being coy about his quarterbacks.
The Longhorns report Thursday for the 2011 season with last year's starter, Garrett Gilbert, fighting for his job. He threw 17 interceptions as Texas fell to 5-7 in 2010, its first losing season in 13 years.
Gilbert now is trying to fend off challenges from sophomore Case McCoy, the younger brother of former Texas quarterback Colt McCoy, and freshmen Connor Wood and David Ash.
Brown gave little hint Wednesday of who he expected to emerge as the starter for the Sept. 3 opener at home against Rice.
"We do think we're in a real healthy spot because we do have four quarterbacks who have a chance," Brown said Wednesday at the Austin Sports Commission Texas Gridiron Kickoff luncheon.
"We've got to make it work. ... It's about who is going to win," Brown said. "I'm not worried about it. I'm excited about it."
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