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Texas QB Makes Case in Alamo Bowl

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David Ash came of age on Saturday.

He has less hair now, but more aura.

If he remembers the Alamo Bowl performance and builds upon his best game as a Longhorn, there’s no limit to his ability to grow and expand with a versatile offensive package that was showcased here in a 31-27 win over Oregon State.

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