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  1. Via TexasSports.com - http://www.texassports.com/news/2014/9/24/FB_0924140659.aspx ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Longhorn Nation, Being the quarterback at The University of Texas has been a huge blessing and one of the biggest reasons is our fans. Throughout my career, you have been awesome in the good times and the tough times. I've recently fallen on some harder times and am just so grateful that you have continued to support me. I can't thank you enough. The words of encour
  2. As most of you know we are affiliated with USA Today Sports and they send us content sometimes to share with our readers/members. The following video is one of those pieces of content we wanted to share. We are less than two weeks away from the start of the season, and Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler sits down with Dave Miller to discuss what's going on around college football, including who will be the starting quarterback for Texas and who is replacing Braxton Miller at Ohio State.
  3. I recently did some research into the "Jones Bone" fracture that David Ash is currently recovering from. For my fellow HornSports members with a Bachelor of Science, the Jones Bone fracture is a proximal junctional metaphyseal/diaphyseal fracture of the fifth metatarsal. Essentially it's a break in the very base of your pinky toe. While "a break in the very base of your pinky toe" may not sound so bad here's an image of the screw placement involved with a Jones Bones surgery.
  4. Well folks, not much going on this week however we will share with you everything we’re hearing and pass it along. First of all, these are incredibly exciting times at Hornsports right now and our incredible growth is allowing us to do things that a few months ago may have seemed like a “pipe dream” when we were starting out. Consequently, in this week’s Crossfire we will talk about what Hornsports is doing to improve upon our service offering to our faithful fans. We will also be discussing our recent commitments. What do they mean to the program? Next we will discuss our
  5. Today Ash was named to the Manning Award watch list, which I'm not sure how it's different from the Davey O'Brien Award.... 30 qb's were named to the list. Manziel won it last year. VY won it in 2006. The List: [TABLE] [TR=class: odd header] [TD]PLAYER[/TD] [TD]CLASS[/TD] [TD]SCHOOL[/TD] [TD]QBR[/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [TR=class: even] [TD]Johnny Manziel[/TD] [TD]So.[/TD] [TD]Texas A&M[/TD] [TD]90.5[/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [TR=class: odd] [TD]Marcus Mariota[/TD] [TD]So.[/TD] [TD]Oregon[/TD] [TD]87.3[/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [TR=class: even] [TD]Tajh Boyd[/TD]
  6. SoonerNation.com write Jake Trotter writes that he would rather "roll into the Cotton Bowl with the unknown of Bell versus the known of Texas quarterback David Ash," in a recent piece he an HornsNation's William Wilkerson squared off in (College Football Hot Button Topic of the week - College Football - ESPN). I find it ridiculous, just as everyone else that isn't an OU fan does, that a guy that has played the Tebow role in package plays is supposedly a better qb than David Ash. Hell, even the Heisman Pundit asks the question (http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=
  7. From the second last season was over, the questions arose and the expectations were set. In order for the Longhorns to improve upon last season, and the past three seasons, a 10 wins, including a win over Oklahoma, were the expectations for the Texas football program and still are. And in order to reach these expectations, the question marks lie with David Ash, the defense, and the offensive line. But since that first second after the bowl game, I've seen many, many articles stating what the Longhorns must do, how it's now time for "so and so" to step up, that it's now or never for the Longhor
  8. Spring Game goes down at 6:30 pm. Game will be televised on the Longhorn Network. Excited to see what Ash does as well as the 2nd & 3rd team qb's. Hopefully Manny has made us proud with improvements on defense. Talk about it here. Hook 'em!
  9. AB breaks down the expectations for David Ash heading into the Spring Game and beyond. What's your take on the Ash man? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wc08t4XaiPM&list=UU4X5bqBTv7wmJ1Trd6_kzig
  10. I will pose the question.... Does Ash have the drive, the skill and the leadership to take the Longhorns to the National Championship game? This year or next? Is he a guy that has "it?" My two cents - Ash has what it takes to lead us to a conference championship but not the big enchilada. I see a successful season ahead this year and next (10 wins each season) but no NC in our future with him.
  11. Spring ball is here and David Ash is the #1 guy for the Longhorns at the position without question. A lot of chatter about the second string battle going on with reports that Connor Brewer slowly making a case for the #2 spot. Brewer reportedly took 2nd team snaps last week as did McCoy but McCoy is still the #2 qb according to most, but my question is this: How satisfied will Texas fans be if the QB depth chart remains Ash # 1 and McCoy #2? I would have to think Overstreet and Brewer would get playing time or we definitely lose one or both to transfer. Not sure what the thought i
  12. Spring Practice began today for the Horns and from all accounts it was a successful practice. David Ash is the clear-cut starting quarterback for this team and he knows it. No more worrying about looking over your shoulder every week - it's his job. Texas is refining the up-tempo, spread offense which Ash will lead. Mack mentioned the need for the tailbacks to stay healthy this year - Damn straight! It is only the first day but Ash looked quick and confident. He threw nice and crisp today and Mack wants him to be the defined leader of this team this season. The expectations for As
  13. Before the Bowl game I was actually thinking the likely hood of a QB competition was higher than there not being one. I guess this thinking came from seeing an abysmal last two weeks of football from the Texas QB positon in the regular season, and also thinking back to the OU and Kansas game. I'll be honest, this answer of what will happen during the off-season at the position may have been clear to some, but for me it's been a ping pong ball getting hit back and forth in my head. And there are a few reason's why I have been so wishy washy with this thinking. But right now, if you were to ask
  14. Texas won the Alamo Bowl in dramatic fashion last night behind David Ash and (what appears to be) an improved defensive unit. We lose some guys but looking forward to next season, where does the team stand in terms of expectations/capacity? Can the 2013 Longhorns compete for a conference championship or even more? We improved from last year to this year. 9 wins ain't all that bad - but it ain't glorious either. We know Mack is back and I think it is safe to assume Manny is too.
  15. The score was very close to what many people were predicting but I’m sure this game was played out unlike many had predicted. After and abysmal first half, the Longhorn offense woke up as David Ash rallied the group to a late score on a touchdown pass to a streaking Marquis Goodwin. Though it was ugly in the beginning, this win was important for the Longhorns in order to show improvement from last season and enter the off-season on a positive note. 1. David Ash says “What QB Competition?”: This quarterback has been a guy that has been a roller coaster to watch all season long. He messe
  16. In Mack's Alamobowl presser today he named David Ash the starter. Surprised? NOPE.
  17. 10 Thoughts From The Texas vs. Ole Miss Game Score: Texas 66, Ole Miss 31 Who would have thought that the Longhorns were capable of scoring 66 points in any game this season? The score could have been even higher but to show respect the classy Mack Brown decided to pump the breaks towards the end of the game so the score didn’t break the 70-point mark. But regardless of the score there are a lot of positives and negatives that came from this game. The win was a big one but some of the stats skew the reality of how the game went and how certain players (Ash) played. 1. David Ash: I’m
  18. David Ash was named National Player of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards yesterday. Ash also earned Big 12 offensive player of the week award from the conference. Congrats to Ash.
  19. The day is finally here, Time to showcase the progress we have made since last season. Hook 'em! Texas vs. Wyoming 7:00 p.m. Austin, Texas TV: Longhorn Network https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rm3IAojI_7Q#!
  20. Time to lay out predictions, Vegas-style, for the opener against the Cowboys. Figured now is a good time before the depth chart is released. Things I want to know: Final score QB stats (we know two will play) Who leads the running backs in yardage? What J. Gray's stats will be ('cause he will play some) # Int's by the Texas defense Total Yards allowed by the defense Let's see what you guys have to say.
  21. Here’s the deal. The quarterback situation at Texas is a touchy subject. It was at this time last year and it continues to be even as I write this post. Last year the Longhorns were reeling from a less-than-acceptable 5-7 2010 season in which freshman quarterback Garrett Gilbert threw 10 touchdowns and 17 interceptions (he also rushed for 5 td’s). This year we reflect on the progress made by a team that finished 8-5 while using a 2 quarterback rotation most of the season, wondering if one player has established himself as the frontrunner to begin the 2012 season. The answer i

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