Texas

Longhorns

vs.

Iowa State

Cyclones

6:00 pm October 15th, 2016

Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin

Texas 27, Iowa State 6: Longhorns back at home, back in the win column

By no means has Charlie Strong fixed all of Texas’ problems. Far from it, really. In the first half Saturday night against Iowa State, the offense had two pass interference penalties and lost a fumble. After the break, the defense, which ranks 115th nationally, had one player flagged for taunting. Those who have mentally moved on from Texas’ third-year head coach won’t be swayed by the 27-6 victory over the 1-6 Cyclones. But the Longhorns snapped their three-game skid with a third-quarter offensive burst and a critical fourth-down defensive stop. And perhaps the best news of all? Strong improved to 1-14 at Texas when trailing at halftime. That zero is now a thing of the past. With six games remaining, Texas (3-3, 1-2 Big 12) could still go either way this season. Hold on tight, because it should be one wild, unpredictable ride. “We’re going undefeated,” defensive end Breckyn Hager … Read more

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Wednesday

October 19

Football

Texas releases ‘Sights and Sounds’ video from Iowa State game

Texas was back in Royal-Memorial Stadium for the first time in over a month last Saturday, which meant all the pageantry that comes with a home game. The Longhorns did their part to make it a joyous occasion, beating Iowa State 27-6 with a dominant defensive showing. RELATED … Read More

Sunday

October 16

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Texas 27, Iowa State 6: Five key plays

There were 162 snaps taken in Texas’ 27-6 win over Iowa State on Saturday. Here are five that ended up making a big difference: 1. Jake’s mistake Texas wide receiver Jake Oliver has had a breakout season, and he turned in a … Read More

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WATCH: Longhorn Minute: Texas defeats Iowa State 27-6

American-Statesman sports writers Danny Davis and Brian Davis recap the highs and lows of Texas’ victory over Iowa State at Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. Read More

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Texas notebook: Shackelford’s injury again alters offensive line’s makeup

When freshman center Zach Shackelford left the game in the second quarter with an ankle injury, Texas lost the only player who had started at that position this season. After the game, head coach Charlie Strong said he didn’t know the severity of the injury yet. Jake McMillon, a sophomore, … Read More

Kirk Bohls

American-Statesman Staff

Bohls: This Texas win looked good — from the stands or anywhere else

It had been a minute since I’d sat in the stands at Royal-Memorial Stadium for a Texas football game as this typist did on Saturday night. I’ve practically grown up in that stadium, ushering patrons to their seats as a Boy Scout for first quarters, then scattering to … Read More

Saturday

October 15

Football

Third-quarter offense sparks Texas in win over Iowa State

For 15 minutes Saturday night, the Texas offense was close to perfect. Texas came alive in the third quarter of its 27-6 win over Iowa State. Trailing 6-3 at halftime, the Longhorns snapped a three-game losing streak by scoring three touchdowns in its three third-quarter possessions. “Early on in the … Read More

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Texas 27, Iowa State 6: Longhorns back at home, back in the win column

By no means has Charlie Strong fixed all of Texas’ problems. Far from it, really. In the first half Saturday night against Iowa State, the offense had two pass interference penalties and lost a fumble. After the break, the defense, which ranks 115th nationally, had one player flagged for taunting. Read More

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WATCH: Charlie Strong on Texas’ home game victory over Iowa State

Texas head coach Charlie Strong shares his thoughts on the Longhorns’ 27-6 home game win over Iowa State at a post-game news conference at Darrell K. Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. Read More

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Third and Longhorns: Inside Texas-Iowa State

WHY TEXAS (3-3, 1-2) WON: Because the Longhorns are a second-half team. Or at least they were Saturday night. Because D’Onta Foreman continues to run with authority, producing his seventh straight 100-yard game that he’s played in going back to last year’s West Virginia game. Because that dominant third quarter … Read More

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Staff tweets from Texas-Iowa State postgame

Texas beat Iowa State 27-6 on Saturday in an emphatic return to Royal-Memorial Stadium. Afterward, Longhorns coach Charlie Strong and a few players addressed the media. Here are some of the tweets from the Austin American-Statesman reporters who were there: Texas coach Charlie Strong asked … Read More

Texas vs. Iowa State: A box score’s story

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Texas vs. Iowa State: Our four pregame questions — answered

On Saturday morning, we asked four questions about the Texas-Oklahoma matchup. Here’s how they played out: 1. WERE TWO QUARTERBACKS BETTER THAN ONE FOR IOWA STATE? No. Both were equally ineffective. Like Texas, Iowa State utilizes two quarterbacks — Joel Lanning and Jacob Park. Lanning started and finished … Read More

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Texas vs. Iowa State: Horns up, Horns down, and our plays of the game

Horns up Armanti Foreman’s 22-yard return with 1:46 left in the first half gave the offense the short field it sorely needed. The Longhorns cashed in with a Trent Domingue field goal, UT’s only first-half points. After a quiet first half, quarterback Shane Buechele hit Jerrod Heard with a 37-yard … Read More

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WATCH: Texas players, fans sing ‘Eyes of Texas’ after Longhorns win over Iowa State

Texas returned to Royal-Memorial Stadium on Saturday and did so in a big way, defeating Iowa State 27-6 to end a three-game losing streak. The victory also avenged the Cyclones’ shutout win over Texas last year in Ames, Iowa. Best of all, the players and their fans got to share … Read More

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Texas 27, Iowa State 6 final recap: Slow-starting Horns wake up for the win

It’s over at Royal-Memorial Stadium. Texas got the much-needed victory that it needed over Iowa State, 27-6. The Longhorns, who had dropped three straight, improve to 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the Big 12. Iowa State drops to 1-6, 0-4. “That should be our standard, week in and week out,” … Read More