It's a different ballgame at Houston, which will be without Case Keenum and Kevin Sumlin for the first time in a long time. Keenum, the primary starter at quarterback since 2007, exhausted his eligibility and is in camp with the NFL's Houston Texans. Sumlin, who won 35 games in four seasons as coach, left for Texas A&M. David Piland is the new starter at quarterback and Tony Levine is the new coach. Piland started eight games in 2010 after Keenum was injured and Levine replaced Sumlin in time to guide the team to a 30-14 victory over Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl. Houston is playing its final season at Robertson Stadium, which will be torn down in December to make way for a new 40,000-seat facility at a cost of more than $100 million.
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