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Texas QB Ash leaves game with head injury

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A Texas official says Longhorns quarterback David Ash is being evaluated for a head injury and won't return in the second half against Kansas State.

Ash missed last week's loss to Mississippi with concussion-like symptoms but returned Saturday night. He threw for 166 yards - including a 63-yard touchdown strike - and ran for 27 yards in helping Texas build a 17-7 lead.

Ash, who played the entire first half, took several hard hits but it was unclear which play knocked him out of the game.

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