Texas coach Mack Brown said quarterback David Ash remains questionable for Saturday’s game against No. 25 Mississippi after suffering head and shoulder injuries last week against BYU.Ash left in the second half of the 40-21 loss. Ash has been held out of practice and Brown said Wednesday he’s still waiting to hear from team doctors on Ash’s status for the next game. Brown said a final decision could be delayed until Saturday. Ash accounted for five touchdowns for the Longhorns (1-1) in a season-opening win over New Mexico State. He had two touchdown passes against BYU. If Ash can’t play, the Longhorns will start senior Case McCoy, with freshman Tyrone Swoopes as the top backup. Volleyball • TCU 3, North Texas 0: Ashley Smith had 12 kills and Stephanie Holland added nine as the Horned Frogs (4-3) cruised to a 25-21, 25-20, 25-19 victory over North Texas (5-4). Carnae Dillard led the Mean Green with nine kills and 11 digs.Briefly • SEC allegations: Yahoo Sports reported that five SEC players received improper benefits, including former Alabama offensive tackle D.J. Fluker. The players were Fluker, who started on two national championship teams, Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and defensive lineman Maurice Couch, Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and wide receiver Chad Bumphis. The report cited text messages and financial records of former Alabama defensive end Luther Davis and an unnamed NFL source who said Davis was a go-between for the players with NFL agents and financial advisers. All three schools issued statements Wednesday saying they are investigating the allegations. • Grambling State football: Coach Doug Williams has been fired after the Tigers lost the first two games of the season. Running backs coach George Ragsdale becomes interim head coach.