For the first three quarters of the 2012 Alamo Bowl, the Texas Longhorns appeared to be nothing more than a sluggish team who played as if they were extremely poorly coached. Texas showed no creativity on offense, very little ability on defense and looked as if they would once again finish the college football season on a down note.
And then, David Ash did the improbable. In a huge fourth quarter comeback against the Oregon State Beavers, Ash may have saved quite a few jobs last night. The first and perhaps most important may have been that of Mack Brown.