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Texas has announced that quarterback David Ash will sit out Saturday's road game against TCU due to what's being described as "lingering effects of a head injury." Ash suffered a concussion during the Longhorns' Sept. 7 loss to BYU. His only game since the injury was on Sept. 21 against Kansas State, which he was unable to finish.
The amount of time Ash has missed on the field has brought suggestions from CBS Sports' Tom Fornelli that it may be wiser for Texas to shut Ash down for the remainder of the season.
Longhorn QB Case McCoy will continue to start for Texas in Ash's absence.
(via CBS Sports)
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Texas quarterback David Ash, who has missed the last two games because of a head injury, has been ruled out of Saturdays game against TCU.
According to Texas head athletic trainer Kenny Boyd, Ash is making progress in his recovery but still having lingering effects. He was hurt in a win against Kansas State and senior Case McCoy has led the Longhorns to wins over Iowa State and...
It looks like the Texas Longhorns are going to have to go another week without starting quarterback David Ash. The signal-caller has battled head and shoulder injuries all season, and didn’t play in the Longhorns’ past two games against Iowa State and Oklahoma.
Texas was on a bye this past week, and the team was hoping to get Ash back for a matchup with TCU next Saturday. Unfortunately...
Asked why his Longhorns are underdogs at TCU, Texas quarterback Case McCoy humorously answered that it is probably because he's playing under center.
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Last night, Texas announced that quarterback David Ash will not play against TCU as he recovers from lingering head issues. In his absence, the reigns will continue to be handed to senior Case McCoy.
Texas is a 2.5-point underdog in Forth Worth this weekend against the Horned Frogs. Today, a reporter asked McCoy why TCU is favored, and he had a pretty humorous response:
Some interesting notes from the weekly Mack Brown press conference. Let’s dig in.
Brown opened with prayers for Jermichael Finley, who was injured and spent some time in the hospital after a scary injury in Green Bay’s victory over Cleveland.
Brown said the off week good for the team, players came back with a lot of confidence. He also said it was good for the players...
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