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Yesterday | Bring On The Cats
Well, that was an unexpectedly exciting week! Unfortunately for the Big XII, there were some titanic matchups going on elsewhere that meant that few were tuning into our games with any regularity.
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Monday | ESPN
Taking stock of Week 14 in the Big 12: Team of the week: After trailing by three scores for most of the game, Iowa State came roaring back with 17 straight points in the fourth quarter and ultimately prevailed 52-44 in a stunning, triple-overtime comeback.
The crack-back block executed by Texas Ted Red Raiders wide receiver Eric Ward resulted in a lacerated liver for Texas Longhorn linebacker Steve Edmond in the first quarter of the Thanksgiving contest.
Punter Ryan Erxleben, on the strength of his surprise 51-yard touchdown run, was Texas Tech's leading rusher Thursday.
Texas linebacker Steve Edmond suffered a lacerated liver during the Longhorns' 41-16 win over Texas Tech on Thursday and will not play in the regular-season finale Dec. 7 against Baylor.
UT head coach Mack Brown congratulates senior quarterback Case McCoy, who was recognized before his last home game at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013.
Texas Tech punter Ryan Erxleben was nearly blocked in the first quarter against Texas on Thursday night.
Texas kicker Anthony Fera, the first Lou Groza Award finalist in program history, drilled two more field goals against Texas Tech on Thursday, improving his school-record single-season percentage.
Texas had to overcome some early special teams miscues but Case McCoy's three touchdowns and a furious Longhorns pass rush allowed them to earn a much-needed 41-16 win over Texas Tech on Thursday night at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Best case scenario, your fake punt ekes out enough yards to get a first down and prolong the drive.
Texas Tech defensive lineman Kerry Hyder, an Austin native, grew up watching lots of Thanksgiving Day football games on television.
Matt Moore found the biggest surprise in a recruit completely by accident. He was in his first year recruiting Houston for Texas Tech and was driving around the city a little bit lost.