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Colt McCoy Hosts Annual Austin Football Camp

Updated: Saturday, July 6 2013, 11:00 PM CDT

Texas quarterback Case McCoy did not serve as a counselor at his brother's football camp Saturday in Austin. Case is on a 10 week mission trip to Peru. But while he is not able to work with Colt, Case was able to work with Colt's coach.

Jim Harbaugh, head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, was actually in Peru last month. He helped Case and his group build a house.

While his brother and his coach are in Peru, Colt is trying to prove that he is still a worthy NFL quarterback. McCoy, now the backup QB in San Francisco, tutored more than 350 future quarterbacks at Westlake High School this morning.

Colt has not started a game since December 2011, but says playing in San Francisco's offense is a treat.

"It's been fun," said McCoy about his time in San Francisco. "We spent a lot of time this summer and this off season learning the system and the offense. I have really devoted myself to doing that. Everybody's scheme is different and that's what I have been trying to focus on," said Colt, who was traded to the 49ers this off-season.

"Obviously we run the zone read and we run out of the pistol a lot so there are some things I'm going to have to learn. But the zone read isn't foreign to me, that's for sure," said McCoy, who ran the zone read at Texas.

McCoy is expected to backup Colin Kaepernick for the defending NFC champions this season.
Colt McCoy Hosts Annual Austin Football Camp


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