The waiting game continues for David Ash. Again.
Texas’ starting quarterback was sidelined for the second half of Saturday’s 31-21 victory over Kansas State because of the recurrence of symptoms of a head injury. It’s unclear whether those symptoms are related to the concussion he sustained Sept. 7 at Brigham Young that kept him away from Royal-Memorial Stadium for the Mississippi game two weeks ago, or whether it’s something new.
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TEXAS AT IOWA STATE
6:30 p.m. Oct. 3, Ames, Iowa, ESPN, 1300, 98.1
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