mage, giving the Cyclones a 17-7 advantage.
• Ehlinger found sophomore RB Keaontay Ingram on a 22-yard touchdown pass that cut Texas’
deficit to six points (20-14) with 14:50 remaining in the fourth quarter.
• Ehlinger accounted for 95 passing yards and 19 rushing yards on a 15-play, 89-yard drive that
ended with a seven-yard go-ahead touchdown pass to freshman WR Malcolm Epps. The drive took
6:43 off the clock, Texas’ third-longest scoring drive this season.
• Chris Naggar booted a career-long 67-yard punt that pinned Iowa State at its own 18-yard line
with Texas on top, 21-20, and 3:00 remaining in the fourth quarter.
• Iowa State’s Connor Assalley converted a 36-yard field goal as time expired to seal the Cyclones’
win on Saturday.
BAYLOR 24, TEXAS 10
GAME 11 – NOV. 23 – WACO, TEXAS
WACO, Texas – Texas Football (6-5, 4-4 Big 12) lost to No. 13/13 Baylor (10-1,
7-1 Big 12), 24-10, on Saturday at McClane Stadium. Sam Ehlinger threw for 200
yards and Devin Duvernay had 10 catches for 78 yards in the game.
• On the second play of the game, D’Shawn Jamison forced a Baylor fumble that was recovered by
Chris Brown. Texas drove into Baylor territory on the ensuing drive but was forced to punt.
• Following the Longhorns’ next series, a 19-yard punt gave the Bears a short field. Baylor took
advantage and scored the first points of the game to take a 7-0 lead.
• The teams traded punts throughout the second quarter before the Longhorns ended the first half
with a 48-yard field goal by Cameron Dicker to make the score 7-3. Keaontay Ingram exploded for a
68-yard run to get Texas into field goal range just before half.
• Baylor scored a pair of touchdowns in the third quarter to extend its lead to 21-3.
• The Bears added a field goal in the fourth quarter to go up 24-3.
• Texas got into the end zone on its final drive of the game, with Daniel Young punching in a oneyard
TEXAS 49, TEXAS TECH 24
GAME 12 – NOV. 29 – AUSTIN, TEXAS
AUSTIN, Texas – Texas Football racked up 610 yards of total offense and finished
the regular season with a 49-24 win over Texas Tech on Saturday at Darrell K
Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. The Senior Day win improves Texas to 7-5 overall
this season and 5-4 in Big 12 play.
• After Texas was forced to punt on its first two possessions of the game, Texas Tech responded
with touchdowns on its first two drives to take an early 14-0 lead.
• The Longhorns had an answer near the end of the first quarter, driving 75 yards in six play. Sam
Ehlinger capped off the drive with a 10-yard rushing touchdown to trim the lead to 14-6 after the
PAT was blocked.
• On the Red Raiders’ next possession, Malcolm Roach recorded a sack to force Texas Tech to punt.
• Texas followed Roach’s sack with a game-tying touchdown drive. Daniel Young scored on a
three-yard run and the Longhorns converted the two-point play on a pass from Ehlinger to Devin
• Texas Tech retook the lead with a 24-yard touchdown pass midway through the second quarter.
• The response from Texas was immediate, as Duvernay caught a 75-yard touchdown pass from
Ehlinger to tie the game back up, 21-21. The catch was Duvernay’s 100th grab of the season.
• Roschon Johnson capped off a 74-yard drive with a one-yard touchdown run to give Texas its first
lead of the game, 28-21, near the end of the first half.
• The Texas defense got a fourth down stop to start the second half and the Longhorns’ offense
drove the field to extend the lead to 35-21. Ehlinger hit Jake Smith with a 26-yard touchdown pass.
• Texas Tech trimmed the Texas lead to 35-24 with a 23-yard field goal in the third quarter.
• Johnson rushed his second touchdown of the game to extend the Texas lead to 42-24 late in the
third quarter. In the fourth quarter, Johnson put the punctuation mark on the game with his third
• Johnson finished with 105 rushing yards on 23 carries with three touchdowns.
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