Cameron Dicker’s last-second field goal lifts Texas football past No. 20 Kansas State

Texas running back Keaontay Ingram rushed for a career-high 139 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Longhorns' 27-24 victory over Kansas State (photo by Don Bender / Horns Illustrated).

By Steve Habel, Senior Contributing Writer

AUSTIN, Texas — If you are one of those folks who believes in the value of style points, watching this year’s Texas football team might not be your cup of tea.

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But if you’re focused on the bottom line, the winning and losing, the Longhorns found a way to serve up just the beverage you craved Saturday in a 27-24 win over No. 16 Kansas State before a crowd of 97,83 fans at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.

For the second time in three games [habeabk]

Steve Habel

Steve Habel is a senior contributing writer for Horns Illustrated. He has covered Texas sports since 1989 and was this magazine’s senior editor for 24 years. You can follow him on twitter @stevehabel .

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