Texas is making a change at quarterback, turning from banged-up starter David Ash to Case McCoy to lead the No. 23 Longhorns in their regular-season finale at No. 7 Kansas State.
McCoy, who hasn't started since the last game of the 2011 regular season, relieved Ash in a 20-13 loss to TCU on Thanksgiving.
While coach Mack Brown called the passing game ''inept'' against TCU, the reason for the quarterback change was a bit murky on Monday: Is it solely because Ash, who has 17 career starts and had been among the top-rated passers in the country early this season, has an unspecified rib injury, or is it because he had a bad game?
Ash is listed as ''questionable'' for Saturday. Brown wouldn't say whether Ash would start if he wasn't injured.
''He's not (healthy). We don't get into `ifs' and `whats,''' Brown said. We're trying to figure out what to do with what we've got.''
And Brown hedged when pressed whether he considered Ash, a sophomore, his quarterback of the future.
''I see D...