Found September 01, 2013 on HornSports.com:
Photo: Brendan Maloney In what can only be described as a tale of two halves, David Ash and the Texas Longhorns overcame a disastrous start to beat New Mexico State 56-7 tonight at Darryl K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium in front of just over 99,500 fans. New Aggie Head Coach Doug Martin brought in a retooled team deemed by many to be the worst program in the Football Bowl Subdivision and had them feeling an upset bid.  Texas opening drive stalled out when senior WR Mike Davis was unable to bring in an almost certain touchdown pass. The Aggies began controlling the line of scrimmage and ran the read option as well as any team I’ve seen this weekend in building momentum. David Ash threw two bad interceptions, the Longhorns lost a fumble, and Aggie QB Andrew McDonald, whose squad had squandered opportunities to score with sloppy play and a turnover of their own, tossed an 11 yard touchdown pass to Joshua Bowen for a 7-0 lead with 2:28 until the half.  Until that point the highlight of t...
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