After a good start to the season with a 38-7 win over North Texas, the Texas Longhorns got some bad news heading into their Week 2 matchup with BYU on Saturday.
Head coach Charlie Strong announced in his Monday press conference that starting quarterback David Ash will be held out of the game due to concussion-like symptoms following the team's season opener, per the Dallas Morning News' Chuck Carlton:
Coming off a 2013 season in which he missed the majority of the Longhorns' games due to concussion issues, what appears to be another injury of the sort is a troubling sign for Ash.
The junior quarterback is still being evaluated and a timetable has yet to be set for his return. In his absence, sophomore Tyrone Swoopes will move into the starting role.