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Texas Longhorns quarterback David Ash, who has been struggling with concussion-related symptoms for the past year has elected to end his football career. Per ESPN:

Coach Charlie Strong announced the junior quarterback's decision after practice Wednesday. Ash had started 22 games in his career with the Longhorns but was shut down on Sept. 1 after experiencing more symptoms.

"We just decided, because of his health -- that's the No. 1 concern for all of us -- that he's no longer going to play football," Strong said. "But he is going to be part of the team, because I told him I wanted him around the team and that's what he deserves."
Ash will finish his career with 4,728 passing yards and 36 total touchdowns.
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FT118 months
I feel terrible for this dude.
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