games in a season, and only the second (Jordan Shipley, 2009) to reach that mark in eight games
• Sophomore RB Keaontay Ingram caught a 17-yard TD pass from QB Sam Ehlinger in the second
quarter. It was his first receiving TD this season, and the third of his career.
• Ingram finished with 92 all-purpose yards on 20 touches.
• Texas led TCU, 17-13, at halftime. It was the sixth time this season that Texas led its opponent at
the half (5-1 overall).
• Senior WR Devin Duvernay broke a 63-yard reception on Texas’ second drive of the third quarter
– the second-longest reception by a Longhorn this season (Brennan Eagles – 73-yard TD vs.
• Sophomore K Cameron Dicker made a 38-yard field goal to open the scoring in the second half
and give UT a 20-13 advantage. Dicker was 2-for-3 on field goals Saturday, and is 10-for-13 (76.9%)
overall this season.
• TCU scored 17-straight points on three consecutive drives to take a 30-20 lead with 11:28 remaining
in the game.
• True freshman RB Roschon Johnson rushed for a touchdown to cut Texas’ deficit to three points
(27-30) with 6:50 remaining. It was his third-straight game with a rushing touchdown.
• The Horned Frogs sealed their victory with an 11-yard touchdown run by QB Max Duggan with 1:59
TEXAS 27, KANSAS STATE 24
GAME NINE – NOV. 9 – AUSTIN, TEXAS
AUSTIN, Texas – Texas Football drove the length of the of field and setup Cameron
Dicker for his second game-winning field goal of the season as the Longhorns
outlasted No. 16/20 Kansas State, 27-24, on Saturday at Darrell K Royal-Texas
• Kansas State started the game with back-to-back touchdown drives to take a 14-0 lead halfway
through the first quarter.
• Texas got on the board in the second quarter, using an 80-yard touchdown drive. Sam Ehlinger
connected with Colin Johnson for a 21-yard touchdown pass.
• The Longhorn defense forced a turnover to stop a Wildcats drive, when Brandon Jones forced a
fumble that was recovered by Moro Ojomo.
• The Texas defense got another stop near the end of the half to keep the score 14-7 at halftime.
• Texas started the half strong, with a 75-yard touchdown drive that included 54 yards on the
ground by Keaontay Ingram. The drive was capped off by a 34-yard game-tying touchdown run by
• After a Kansas State punt, the Longhorns took their first lead of the day on a 36-yard field goal by
• Brandon Jones engineered a great punt return, weaving 53 yards down to the Kansas State 21-yard
line. The great return set up a 12-yard rushing touchdown by Ingram to give Texas a 24-14 lead.
• With the score, Ingram went over the 100-yard rushing mark for the fourth time in his career. He
finished with a career-high 139 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries.
• The Wildcats answered with their own big special teams play, a 98-yard kickoff return for a
• Kansas State kicked a game-tying field goal with 6:45 left in the game to make the score 24-24.
• Texas took the ball, ran off the remaining 6:45 and Cameron Dicker kicked his second gamewinning
field goal of the season to give the Longhorns the 27-24 win.
IOWA STATE 23, TEXAS 21
GAME 10 – NOV. 16 – AMES, IOWA
AMES, Iowa – The No. 19 Texas Football team battled back from a 13-point
deficit, but was bested on a 36-yard Iowa State field goal as time expired and
fell, 23-21, on Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium.
• Iowa State scored on its opening drive of the game with a 10-play, 59-yard drive that gave the
Cyclones an early 7-0 lead.
• Sophomore DB Caden Sterns sacked Iowa State QB Brock Purdy for a two-yard loss to force a
fourth down with the Cyclones in UT territory. Purdy overthrew the fourth-down pass, giving Texas
the ball back at their own 36-yard line early in the second quarter.
• Sophomore DB D’Shawn Jamison notched his third interception of the year halfway through the
•Junior QB Sam Ehlinger completed 4-of-5 passes, including a 14-yard touchdown
to sophomore WR Brennan Eagles, to cap Texas’ five-play, 75-yard scoring
drive that ended with only 0:17 left in the first half.
• Iowa State opened the second half with a 75-yard touchdown pass on its first play from scrim-
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