Texas QB David Ash to have surgery on foot

Texas quarterback David Ash will have surgery on his left foot next week after sustaining a Jones fracture in his left foot during spring practice.

Texas quarterback David Ash, who will be a senior, had an injury-plagued junior season because of head injuries.

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Texas quarterback David Ash will have surgery on his left foot next week after sustaining a Jones fracture in his left foot during spring practice.

According to Texas head athletic trainer for football Anthony Pass, Ash will miss the remainder of spring training. He's expected to return to action for camp this summer.
    
Ash, who received a medical hardship and will be a junior this fall, had an injury-plagued junior season because of head injuries. He started three games but missed 10 and didn'€™t play after a Sept. 21 game against Kansas State. He missed the second half of that game because of a return of concussion-related symptoms. The team announced in late November that he wouldn'€™t play anymore in 2013.
    
Ash has started 21 games at Texas and is 14-7 as a starter.