Posted March 31, 2013 on texas.scout.com
PLAYERS: David Ash
In Texas's annual Orange-White game, the "Texas" team held off the "Longhorns" team 30-13, with quarterback David Ash throwing touchdowns of 38 and 24 yards.
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