Posted September 21, 2013 on
Texas faces Kansas State Saturday in a game that is seemingly as close to a must-win as a team can have in the opening four weeks. Here are five matchups to watch, an X-Factor to keep an eye on and a prediction for the Longhorns' showdown with the Wildcats.
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Texas quarterback David Ash will start on Saturday against Kansas State, coach Mack Brown announced on Friday.
Ash missed last week's loss to Ole Miss with a concussion, and did not attend the game at the advice of doctors.
Ash returned to practice this week, and entered the season as the Big 12's most experienced quarterback. He's completed 39-of-62 passes for 594...
Great video as always from godzillatron24 showing all the Longhorns’ big plays from last night’s win over Kansas State:
ESPN’s Sportscenter may want you to think that this play should be included in their NOT Top 10 list. This should be included in the Top 10 Boss Moments because when Texas quarterback David Ash threw this ball away and drilled a K-State staffer in the face he took it like a champ.
Dude, barely uncrossed his arms which he only did to readjust his sunglasses. Boss.
Texas quarterback David Ash has been cleared by the UT medical staff and will start Saturday's game against Kansas State.
After the Kansas State's Big 12 Championship season a year ago, the Wildcats had to go back to the drawing board after losing almost their entire defense. How has the new-look unit fared? Come inside for more.
Taking a longer look at the recruiting differences between Texas and Kansas State.
After having their toughness questioned, Texas responded with a hard-fought 31-21 victory against traditional nemesis Kansas State.
Longhorns bringing in nice group of prospects for Kansas State game.
During Saturday's Texas - Kansas State game day in Austin, Longhorns fans were spotted selling "SABAN 2014" t-shirts.
This pass from David Ash sailed behind the Kansas State bench and smoked a guy in his face.
Texas won its first conference game of the season against Kansas State on Saturday, but the big victory didn't come without cost.
Texas coach Mack Brown hopes a win over Kansas State can buy him
some job security, but Longhorns power brokers are trying to figure
out how to gently get rid of him. Brown may come up short in the
power struggle but he's not going quietly.