BYU football: No. 15 Texas bracing for stingy BYU defense
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David Ash received his first significant playing time in a 17-16 win over BYU in 2011. He split snaps with Case McCoy against the Cougars in '11 as Ash completed just two passes and ran for 36 yards. Now the undisputed No. 1 quarterback, Ash passed for four TDs to four different receivers and ran for another score last weekend. "The feel I had wasn't like I had played a great game. I felt like I played good, but made some mistakes that didn't need to happen," Ash said. "I feel like I have a lot to improve."
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