• After a missed field goal by the Longhorns, Texas used a big defensive play on the first career
interception by Ayodele Adeoye to set up the offense. Two plays after the interception, Ehlinger
threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Malcolm Epps.
• The Mountaineers retook the lead at the start of the second quarter, driving 60 yards in just 1:13
to go up 14-7.
• Texas knotted the game back up, 14-14, with Ehlinger hitting John Burt for a 13-yard touchdown. It
was Burt’s first TD of the season, and the fifth of his career.
• The Longhorns then took their first lead of the game on a 13-yard run by Ehlinger with 2:40 left in
the first half.
• D’Shawn Jamison recorded his first career interception early in the third quarter.
• WVU kicked a field goal in the third quarter to trim the Texas lead to 21-17.
• B.J. Foster picked off his first pass of the season and the second of his career to setup a Texas
touchdown. Devin Duvernay finished off the drive with his first career rushing touchdown to make
the Longhorns lead 28-17.
• Jamison intercepted his second pass, and the fourth of the game for the Texas defense, in the
fourth quarter to setup another score. The Longhorns finished the drive with a clever play that
saw offensive lineman Sam Cosmi run in a 12-yard touchdown.
• Ehlinger finished off the Mountaineers with a 23-yard touchdown run to make the score 42-24.
WVU scored one more time in the final seconds to make the score 42-31.
OKLAHOMA 34, TEXAS 27
GAME SIX – OCT. 12 – DALLAS, TEXAS
DALLAS, Texas – The University of Texas (4-2, 2-1) battled back from a pair of
10-point deficits but came up just against No. 6/6 Oklahoma, 34-27, in the AT&T
Red River Showdown at the Cotton Bowl on Saturday afternoon.
• Oklahoma grabbed an early 10-0 lead but the Longhorns defense kept Texas in the game with
a pair of turnover forced in the first half. Anthony Cook forced a Jalen Hurts fumble that was
recovered by D’Shawn Jamison in the first quarter and Brandon Jones intercepted a pass in the
• Cameron Dicker kicked a 49-yard field goal to end the first half with Texas trailing 10-3.
• Texas tied the game midway through the third quarter, after Roschon Johnson covered 70 yards in
three plays, including a 57 yard run that was followed by a four-yard TD score.
• The Sooners scored the next 10 points to go up 20-10, but Sam Ehlinger trimmed the lead with a
two yard touchdown run on the final play of the third quarter.
• Oklahoma had an answer to Ehlinger’s rush, but a second field goal by Dicker trimmed the lead
back to one score.
• The Sooners followed with another touchdown to take a 34-20 lead with 4:19 left in the game.
Ehlinger scored a final rushing touchdown with 1:49 left in the game but the Longhorns were
unable to recover the onside kick.
TEXAS 50, KANSAS 48
GAME SEVEN – OCT. 19 – AUSTIN, TEXAS
AUSTIN, Texas – Cameron Dicker kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired to
give No. 15/15 Texas Football a 50-48 win over Kansas at Darrell K Royal-Texas
Memorial Stadium on Saturday night. The Longhorns and Jayhawks played a wild
fourth quarter that saw a total of 50 combined points scored in the final period.
Texas went 60 yards on the final drive to set up Dicker’s game-winning kick.
• Sam Ehlinger threw for 399 yards, his second-highest total this season, and a career-high-tying
four touchdowns. He also rushed for 91 yards to total 490 yards of offense.
• Texas got out to a fast start, with a six-play, 65-yard touchdown drive to open the game. Roschon
Johnson capped off the drive with a 14-yard touchdown run.
• Following a missed field goal by Kansas, Texas drove right down the field and Ehlinger threw
a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jake Smith. The touchdown was Smith’s fifth of the season, the
second-most receiving touchdowns by a Texas freshman wide receiver.
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