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David Ash must have a short leash this week

David Ash might be in short term regression mode. In his last two games he is 18 of 31 with 3 TD, 2 INT, and a 58% completion percentage. He looked awful against Tech in the third, awful in all of the Kansas game, avg against a weak Baylor secondary, and horrible (along with everyone else) against OU. Plus Tech and Kansas are the only two teams we've beaten over these past 3 seasons. #ven Gilbs pulled out wins. Ash should have ripped both to shreds better.

We can go 10-3 or 11-2 with Case. But forget all that. The three td's look great and Ash made some good throws. I still believe he is our main qb. So I'm not calling for a permanent switch just more of a very young starter who may come out if things are getting bogged down since his backup has played so well this season. So I think we can't hesitate to put in Case for a spark, especially after seeing how awesome Ash responded in the first half of play against Tech. Ash's first half performance should all but eliminate fan and most importantly coaching jitters about hurting his confidence by pulling him for a quarter or two if the need to spark our offense arises.

I'm sure you all agree with my conclusion, but if you don't, why not?

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