Found September 22, 2013 on
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Great video as always from godzillatron24 showing all the Longhorns’ big plays from last night’s win over Kansas State:
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Kansas State’s 31–21 loss to Texas on Saturday was extra painful for one Wildcats athletics employee on the sidelines for the game.
During the game, Longhorns QB David Ash scrambled out of the pocket to evade the K-State rush before throwing the ball away on the sidelines. In a way, it was a perfect pass — for it beaned said Wildcats athletics employee right in the head.
Both Texas and Kansas State have gotten off to rough starts in 2013. Obviously, Mack Brown is on the hot seat after losses to BYU and Ole Miss, and Kansas State losing to North Dakota State in week 1 shouldn’t happen, regardless of how good of a program NDSU is at the FCS level.
This past weekend, the two teams played each other, and Texas edged out the Wildcats, 31-21. Mack Brown...
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.
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This pass from David Ash sailed behind the Kansas State bench and smoked a guy in his face.
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