Texas defensive back Deon Beasley, who was immobilized and taken off the field on a stretcher after a violent collision during the third quarter of Thursday's 49-39 victory over Texas A&M, passed all medical tests after the contest, school officials said. Medical personnel on the field immobilzed him because of concerns about a neck injury which was not the case.
Texas coach Mack Brown said Beasely "was up and walking around in the locker room" after the game.
"Deon Beasly is OK ... We gave him the game ball, because all the kids were worried about him," Brown said.
_ Jimmy Burch