For the second straight week, David Ash was declared questionable as he tries to shake off a concussion and Daje Johnson was ruled out with an ankle injury.
Mike Davis, who hurt his ankle in the first half of Texas' 44-23 loss to Ole Miss last Saturday, was also listed as questionable. He was in a walking boot following Saturday night's game.
Ash did not attend that game, watching it with his family so as to avoid a gameday atmosphere that could be damaging to someone with a concussion.
"We'd like him to be on the sideline with us," Texas head coach Mack Brown said. "[The doctors] wanted him isolated. They did not want him in the heat. They did not want him around all the moving parts of gameday. They did not want him around the lights. They did not want him around the movement."
Brown said that Ash could not practice until 48 hours until after he has been medically cleared. Ash attended Sunday's practice but did not participate in it and will practice Tuesday if he does not show any more lingering symptoms from the concussion.
Davis will also be monitored and evaluated to see if he can practice Tuesday. He hurt his ankle at the end of the first half but returned after halftime and made seven catches for 46 yards and a touchdown on the day.
Johnson hurt his ankle in the loss to BYU two weeks ago and missed the entire Ole Miss game. He'll also be out this week against Kansas State.