Texas Longhorn Injury Report: David Ash, Case McCoy could both start against K State

Garrett Callahan

Texas was hit with three injuries this weekend against Ole Miss in addition to the two it suffered against Brigham Young University the previous week.

Right guard Mason Walters and right tackle Josh Cochran both left the game in the first half, leaving the offensive line without two of its starters. Walters suffered a hip injury, which puts his status as questionable for this week’s game. Cochran is also an "or" on the depth chart for when Texas takes on the Kansas State this weekend.

Mike Davis suffered an ankle injury against Ole Miss. The wide receiver is listed as "or" with Marcus Johnson on the depth chart. Davis has been seen walking with a boot since Saturday’s game.

Quarterback David Ash was inactive against the Rebels with a shoulder injury, placing Case McCoy in the starting spot. On the depth chart this week, he is listed as "or" with McCoy for the starting role.

Texas’ offensive powerhouse Daje Johnson was also out against the Rebels with an ankle injury. The running back/wide receiver has been seen moving around campus on a scooter and is out for this weekend's game.