Texas announced that sophomore QB David Ash will start Saturday against Texas Tech.
Texas starting sophomore QB David Ash "appears to be fine" after leaving Saturday's game against Oklahoma with a left wrist injury.
Texas starting sophomore QB David Ash left Saturday's game against Oklahoma due to a left wrist injury.
Texas sophomore David Ash has a firm grip of the starting QB job despite ending the summer in a close race with junior Case McCoy.
Texas sophomore David Ash and junior Case McCoy will both take snaps at QB during the school's season opener.
Projected Texas starting QB sophomore David Ash sustained a hamstring injury during offseason workouts.
Texas will likely implement a rotation at QB again this season, splitting time between sophomore David Ash and junior Case McCoy.
David Ash feels like the Longhorns’ offense is his to lead.
David Ash is said to be progressing nicely this spring and appears to be the front-runner at QB.
Texas coach Mack Brown made it known that the quarterback job is up for grabs this spring.
Texas' David Ash joined the likes of Steve Young and Joey Harrington as quarterbacks that caught a TD pass in the Holiday Bowl. The Longhorns topped Cal, 21-10.
Teammates on both sides of the ball have heaped praise on Longhorns freshman quarterback David Ash.