Let's have your individual/unit predictions for the 2012 offense. Then we'll look back in January, 2013 and laugh at how wrong we were. Projected numbers include the bowl game (that's 13 games).
- Ash - 312-188-2377-17 TDs - 9 INTs
Ash grows and finishes the season with a positive TD to INT ratio. Case McCoy sees spot duty and, of course, Jaxon Shipley leads us in passing efficiency. If I'm delusional, you can tell me so.
- Bergeron - 1051
- Brown - 910
- Gray - 425
I'd like to predict two 1,000 yard rushers, but the structure of our offense also means carries for Daje/DJ, the QB, and the wide receiver corps (Goodwin, Shipley). Many prefer Brown's sweet feet to Bergeron's raw power, but I'll take Joe to edge him out.
- Bergeron - 14
- Brown - 9
- Shipley - 9
I expect Bergeron to be our primary short yardage back. Shipley will score as a receiver, rusher, and returner.
- Shipley - 63- 885 - 6 tds
- Davis - 51- 660- 3 tds
Shipley misses two games, but remains the clear #1. Davis rebounds to be a solid #2.
- 427.0 yards per game
- 33.5 points per game
- Six different Longhorn running backs score TDs
- The Longhorns throw for 2500+, run for 3,000+
- #11 national rushing offense
- Top 30 scoring offense