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A Texas spokesman says junior quarterback David Ash practiced with the Longhorns on Wednesday after missing last week's game with head and shoulder injuries.
Ash is still being evaluated for Saturday's game against Kansas State. He left in the fourth quarter of Texas' loss to BYU two weeks ago. Because he still had concussion symptoms, Texas kept him away from the stadium last week when the Longhorns lost to Mississippi. Senior Case McCoy started in his place.
Ash has accounted for seven touchdowns in two games, passing for six and running 55 yards for another score.
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Texas coach Mack Brown says quarterback David Ash remains questionable for Saturday's game against No. 25 Mississippi after head and shoulder injuries last week against BYU.
Ash left in the second half of the 40-21 loss. Ash has been held out of practice and Brown said Wednesday he's still waiting to hear from team doctors on Ash's status for the next game. Brown says...
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Texas quarterback David Ash will miss Saturday's game against No. 25 Mississippi.
Ash has been held out of practice since leaving in the fourth quarter of last week's loss against BYU with head and shoulder injuries. The school said senior Case McCoy will start.
Texas coach Mack Brown had said Ash could be a game-time decision. Longhorns athletic trainer Kenny Boyd announced...
The Texas Longhorns will look to Case McCoy Saturday to try to put an end to a bad week.
According to Texas athletic trainer Kenny Boyd, starting quarterback David Ash will miss the game against Ole Miss with a headright shoulder injury.
The junior was knocked out of last Saturdays 40-21 loss to BYU in the fourth quarter and replaced by McCoy.
In two games for Texas, Ash has thrown...
Texas quarterback David Ash is now listed as out for tomorrow’s matchup with the Ole Miss Rebels. The Longhorn Network tweeted the news this afternoon:
QB David Ash is out for the Ole Miss game.
— Longhorn Network (@LonghornNetwork) September 13, 2013
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