By Steve Habel/Associate Editor
STILLWATER, Okla. – Any list of doubters about the fast-forward direction of the Texas football team in its first season under the staff of coach Charlie Strong is a lot shorter after the Longhorns plastered Oklahoma State 28-7 on Saturday night in the chill and wind of the north-central Oklahoma.
The win was Texas’ sixth of the season and fourth in the past five contests and granted the surging Longhorns a spot in a bowl game —the specifics of which will be determined at the end of the regular season— for the 53rd time in school history.
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Highlights of Texas vs. Oklahoma State