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Texas Longhorns quarterback David Ash hit an unidentified man in the head on the Kansas State sideline with an errant pass during Saturday night's game.
You can't blame Mack Brown for that one.
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Tweet Folks working the sidelines of a college football have to keep their heads on a swivel, as this poor guy working Saturday’s Texas game learned after taking this David Ash pass to the noggin: H/T to Gif Mock Session
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...
Finally, some good news for the Texas Longhorns. As UT looks to right the ship after a rough 1-2 start to the season, the team will have starting QB David Ash back under center this weekend the Longhorns take on Kansas State.
Texas announced the news today via Twitter:
QB David Ash has been cleared to play by the medical staff and @UT_MackBrown said he will start vs. Kansas State...
It was a rough third week for us (excepting Zach, who did very well). The results brought separation back to standings that had tightened up after the first two weeks of play. Here’s how each of us fared:
Zach Bigalke: 8-2
Matt Strobl: 4-6
John Mitchell: 2-8
In an effort to turn things around, collectively speaking, we take on a slate that lacks marquee matchups but does offer...
A Texas official says Longhorns quarterback David Ash is being evaluated for a head injury and won't return in the second half against Kansas State.
Ash missed last week's loss to Mississippi with concussion-like symptoms but returned Saturday night. He threw for 166 yards - including a 63-yard touchdown strike - and ran for 27 yards in helping Texas build a 17-7 lead.
Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks will miss the rest of the season with an Achilles tendon injury in his left leg and quarterback David Ash is being evaluated for symptoms of a head injury.
Hicks was hurt during the Longhorns' 31-21 victory Saturday night against Kansas State. He was leading the team in tackles with 41.
The senior missed most of last season and took a medical redshirt...
This pass by Texas quarterback David Ash missed its target… Or did it?
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After starting the season off 1-2, with losses to BYU and Ole Miss, the Longhorns finally got back on the winning track Saturday night. Texas defeated the Kansas State Wildcats, 31-21 in their Big 12 opener and showed signs of improvement on both offense and more importantly defense. The hot seat talk for head coach Mack Brown of Texas had been the main topic in the week leading...
Time for five things I think I think from Week 4 in the Big 12.
The Big 12's national reputation is taking a big hit. After West Virginia's loss to Maryland on Saturday, the Big 12 dropped to 2-5 this season against AQ-conference opponents and BYU. You earn your reputation in nonconference play, and the Big 12 has struck out with opportunities this year against LSU, BYU...
The MachineLet’s slow down on anointing the Baylor Bear offense unstoppable. The numbers are inconceivable. The Bears are averaging over two yards per play (9.84) more than the 3rd ranked offense in the nation, the Washington Huskies. This unit is also averaging 69.7 points per game, and quarterback Bryce Petty leads the nation in QBR, while running back Lache Seastrunk is averaging...
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Johnathan Gray rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns, David Ash threw a 63-yard touchdown pass and Texas beat Kansas State 31-21 Saturday night in the Big 12 opener for both teams.
Gray became Texas' first 100-yard rusher on the season and Texas' defense, pushed around in two consecutive losses, put up a solid and energetic performance, forcing three...