Jackson Jeffcoat has no idea what to expect from Kansas State.
Well, actually he does.
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KANSAS STATE AT TEXAS
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What we learned Monday:
- David Ash, battling his concussion suffered at BYU, remains day to day. The team hopes he’ll be back — first for practice, perhaps as soon as Tuesday, and certainly for the game Saturday.
- If Ash can’t play, Case McCoy would get his eighth career start.
- All things being equal, it sounds as if Texas would prefer not to play freshman quarterback Tyrone Swoopes and redshirt him instead.
- Daje Johnson will miss his second straight game. Third, really, if you consider that Johnson, one of Texas’ biggest playmakers, sprained his ankle on UT’s third play at BYU.
- Right tackle Josh Cochran, with an injured shoulder, might miss Saturday’s game. Kennedy Estelle, who relieved him against Ole Miss, would get the start. And right guard Mason Walters, with a hurt knee, is day to day. Sedrick Flowers would take his place.