Returning as the Big 12's most experienced quarterback, junior David Ash is poised for a signature season with the Texas Longhorns. That is, if he can improve in the red zone.
The leap Ash took from his average-at-best freshman season to his sophomore season was stellar. His accuracy jumped over 10 percentage points, he threw for 15 touchdowns, and he led a couple of game-winning drives in taking command of Texas' quarterback position.
Now Ash, along with the rest of his team, is expected to take another step forward in 2013. With the talent surrounding him, a conference title has become the standard for his much-anticipated junior season.
To do that, Ash must correct these issues with his game, starting with his woes in the red zone.