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Posted: Friday, October 7, 2011 4:52 am

Former Texas quarterback Colt McCoy couldn’t step foot into his home state without being asked about his former team.Not the same week McCoy’s Longhorns are set to square off against bitter rival Oklahoma. And not with younger brother Case part of a quarterback rotation that currently leads the Texas offense.

In his second year with the Cleveland Browns, Colt made a trip to Temple on Thursday during Cleveland’s bye week to help celebrate the opening of the new Children’s Hospital at Scott & White. He originally teamed with Scott & White during the summer of 2010, and spent time Thursday visiting patients, families and hospital staff members at the new facility.

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