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Texas Longhorns Withstand Kansas State Comeback, Survives 33-30 In Overtime


Texas’s chances of winning a national championship were all but dashed in the second half of their home game against No. 23 Kansas State. Rather, the Longhorns narrowly prevailed 33-30 in overtime, preserving their hopes of making the College Football Playoffs and winning the Big 12 for an additional week.

Texas led 27–7 after dominating the first three quarters with 4:13 left in the third quarter. The self-destruction started at that point.

Texas gave up three touchdowns to Kansas State in the next two and a half, allowing them to cut a 20-point lead to a 27-27 draw.

Texas scored a field goal to take the lead again with 6:03 remaining, but Chris Tennant’s 45-yard field goal in the closing seconds of regulation for Kansas State forced overtime.

The Texas offense faltered in the extra session and had to settle for a field goal, which allowed Kansas State to win the game with a touchdown. On fourth-and-goal from the Texas 4-yard line, Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman kept his offense in play. The Longhorns applied pressure to K-State quarterback Will Howard, which resulted in an incomplete pass.

Texas was able to breathe a sigh of relief after making that defensive stand, as they improved to 8-1 overall and 5-1 in Big 12 play.

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