Normally on Thanksgiving, touch football is confined to backyards, neighborhood streets and nearby gravel parking lots. Tackling was optional Thursday night at Royal-Memorial Stadium, which made for some entertaining holiday fare. But the Longhorns were the ones needing antacids and feeling sick afterward. A fourth-down, long-shot heave to Daje Johnson fell incomplete. Then, Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury drew one up in the dirt resulting in Jakeem Grant’s 40-yard, game-clinching touchdown run into the southeast corner. “It was a midget play called Hook ‘em,” Grant said of the play’s name. The Red Raiders clinched a 48-45 victory that was their first in Austin since 1997. But it also meant the Longhorns fell to 4-7, securing a losing season for the second straight year. Texas had not suffered back-to-back losing seasons since 1988-89. “We’re out of the bowl picture,” said UT coach Charlie Strong, who is now 10-14 in two seasons.