Texas

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11:00 am October 22nd, 2016

Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, KS

Kansas State 24, Texas 21: Inconsistency leads to a loss, like ‘a broken record’

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State coach Bill Snyder tried to console his Texas counterpart on Saturday after the 77-year-old wizard finished conducting a masterclass in organized football. “We both tried to give it away,” Snyder told Charlie Strong after the Longhorns stumbled their way through a 24-21 defeat. “Good luck to you. Just hang in there. I mean this from the bottom of my heart, you’re the guy. You are the guy.” Texas administrators may not feel so fortunate after watching the Longhorns (3-4, 1-3 Big 12) suffer their fifth straight loss in Bill Snyder Family Stadium. In fact, Texas athletic director Mike Perrin wanted nothing to do with reporters afterward. “No talking,” he said. At this point, there’s not much left to say. Texas is simply a bad football team. In the first half, Kansas State had 19 first downs while Texas had 19 plays, plus a meaningless kneel-down … Read more

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K-State chews up the first half, keeps Texas waiting

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Sterlin Gilbert might be new around here, but he’s well versed in what happens at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. “If you know anything about K-State football,” the Texas offensive coordinator said, “you know your possessions are going to be diminished in this football game.” Texas offensive players … Read More

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Kirk Bohls

American-Statesman Staff

Bohls: Texas is not sound, but was beaten soundly

MANHATTAN, Kan. — On the heels of an inspired win at home over Big 12 basement dweller Iowa State, Texas faithful came into this road game looking for a well-coached, well-prepared team and found one. Wearing purple. Bill Snyder’s bunch, as usual, played its customary disciplined, focused football. At least … Read More

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Texas notebook: In defeat, Horns waste another 100-yard performance from D’Onta Foreman

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Facing the Big 12’s best run defense, D’Onta Foreman got one step closer to Earl Campbell. Foreman rushed for 124 yards in a 24-21 loss to Kansas State on Saturday, which gave the junior running back his eighth straight 100-yard performance. Already alone in second place in … Read More

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Kansas State 24, Texas 21: Inconsistency leads to a loss, like ‘a broken record’

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State coach Bill Snyder tried to console his Texas counterpart on Saturday after the 77-year-old wizard finished conducting a masterclass in organized football. “We both tried to give it away,” Snyder told Charlie Strong after the Longhorns stumbled their way through a 24-21 defeat. “Good luck … Read More

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Sophomore linebackers Freeman, Wheeler unable to carry Texas

MANHATTAN, Kan. — For Edwin Freeman, an interception and a fumble recovery ended up being a consolation prize. Texs forced three turnovers in its 24-21 loss to Kansas State on Saturday. Freeman recorded his first career interception and his first career fumble recovery, but he wasn’t in the mood to … Read More

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

Horns up Held in check the entire first half, Texas found one thing that worked other than D’Onta Foreman when Shane Buechele connected with Devin Duvernay for his third long-distance touchdown pass in as many games, an 80-yard strike on a wheel route. Linebacker Ed Freeman had two spectacular plays, … Read More

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Third and Longhorns: Inside Texas-Kansas State

WHY TEXAS (3-4, 1-3) LOST: Well, it was a total team effort — offense, defense, even special teams. Yes, the defense forced three turnovers and pretty much shut the Wildcats down in the second half, but the slow, sluggish start lowlighted by missed tackles in the first half literally proved … Read More

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

On Saturday morning, we asked four questions about the Texas-Kansas State matchup. Here’s how they played out: 1. DID TEXAS’ DEFENSE CONTINUE TO TREND UPWARD? No. And now it’s trending downward. Wasn’t offense supposed to be Kansas State’s weakness? Not so much on Saturday. The Wildcats had been … Read More

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

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Kansas State 24, Texas 21: The expanded boxscore

FIRST QUARTER Kansas State 7, Texas 0: Thanks to three offsides call and a defensive holding penalty, Kansas State went up 7-0 on the first drive of the game. Texas has started every game this season on defense; the Longhorns have yielded four opening-drive touchdowns. The clock-chewing Wildcats allowed Texas … Read More

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Kansas State 24, Texas 21 final recap: UT’s loss was a real team effort this time

It’s over in Manhattan. Kansas State has beaten Texas, 24-21. Maybe that’s not too big of a surprise. The Longhorns struggle in Manhattan like few other places in the country. They’re now 1-7 all-time there, the lone win coming 16 years ago. In fact, Texas just hasn’t been a road … Read More