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Saturday, November 29, 2013 at Mountaineer Field (Morgantown, WV) Longhorns 47, Mountaineers 40 The Longhorns escaped a tough game in West Virginia with an overtime win, sealed on a 2-yard TD pass from Case McCoy to Alex de la Torre. McCoy had a solid game, throwing for 283 yards and three touchdowns while only being intercepted once. Malcolm Brown led the way for the Horns on the ground with 89 yards rushing. West Virginia came out to a 9-0 lead after a safety and TD in the first quarter, but Texas battled back. The lead changed four times in the fourth quarter, and Anthony Fera tied the game with 13 seconds left to push it to overtime.
Saturday, October 6, 2012 at DKR Memorial Field (Austin, TX) Mountaineers 48, Longhorns 45 In one of the most exciting college football games of the season, #8 West Virginia was able to take down #11 Texas in Austin. There were nine lead changes in the game, thanks in large part to WVU running back Andrew Buie who rushed for 207 yards and 2 TDs. Tavon Austin also contributed to the cause, catching 10 passes for 102 yards and a TD. Geno Smith led the Mountaineers to one their biggest wins in recent history, giving West Virginia and huge boost as they try to win a Big 12 title in their first year in the conference.