Texas Football: Why David Ash Is Set for a Huge Breakout Season in 2013

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Texas Football: Why David Ash Is Set for a Huge Breakout Season in 2013
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Returning as the conference's most experienced quarterback, David Ash is set for a breakout junior season in 2013. His increased freedom to run the ball will pay the biggest dividends.

You are probably not one of these sick people who plays fantasy college football. But if you were, it would probably be a good idea to take a look at Texas Longhorns quarterback David Ash in an early round.

Ash is already coming off somewhat of a breakout season in which he completed 67 percent of his passes, throwing for just under 2,700 yards with 19 touchdowns.

But he is going to be even better his junior year. He has a big arm, good talent surrounding him and a new scheme that will better exploit his skill set. But get most excited about his rushing abilities, because his athleticism will be on full display when he busts out in 2013.

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