The Texas Longhorns have a nice habit of coming through on the road, and a lot of that credit has to go to quarterback Case McCoy, who was thought of as merely a seasoned backup just five games ago.
Now, with three games left, the David Ash situation has taken on less significance. Even if he did come back from his concussion symptoms, who would have the gall to remove a starter who has won six straight games, including one over archrival Oklahoma?
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