But first, Case McCoy will try to win the Texas high school championship that eluded his famous sibling.
Case McCoy leads the Graham Steers against Carthage in the Class 3A Division II championship game Saturday night at SMU.
After that, measuring up to his big brother will be tougher.
Case McCoy will be headed 250 miles to the southeast to join the Longhorns, unfazed by the prospect of constant comparisons to the winningest quarterback in college history.
The burden will only grow if Colt McCoy and No. 2 Texas beat top-ranked Alabama in the BCS championship game Jan. 7.