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David Ash Injury Update: Quarterback Listed As Day-To-Day With Hamstring Injury

Projected Texas Longhorns starting quarterback David Ash suffered a hamstring injury during an off season workout, but the severity of the injury was not known at the time. Sean Adams of HornsNation is reporting that the injury, is officially being called a strain, will put Ash on day-to-day status.

Texas begins fall camp at the end of the week on Aug. 5 and while Ash is currently projected to be the starter this upcoming season, with this injury it will keep the competition open for a little bit longer. Case McCoy is the other option at quarterback, and depending on how healthy Ash is could determine if McCoy can keep his name in the running to be the Texas' starting quarterback.

With the injury being minor it probably will not affect the quarterback race, unless Ash has a set back to his injury during fall camp.

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