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Saturday, September 26, 2015 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Cowboys 30, Longhorns 27The 30th Texas vs Oklahoma State matchup was one of the craziest in the history of the game. The Longhorns and Cowboys battled back and forth all day, with neither team able to pull away. Cowboys quarterback Mason Rudolph threw for 290 yards, but contributed 2 costly interceptions, including one to Holton Hill that was returned for a touchdown. Texas led by 3 with just over 4 minutes left in the game and looked to be in position to pull out a victory. But the Cowboys marched down the field and kicked a field goal to tie. On the ensuing Texas possession, Longhorns punter Michael Dickson muffed the snap, kicking the ball out of bound for a loss of 6 yards, setting up the winning field goal for the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Saturday, November 15, 2014 at Boone Pickens Stadium (Stillwater, OK) Longhorns 28, Cowboys 7In a battle of teams looking to become bowl eligible, the OSU Cowboys offensive struggles continued, and Texas defense swarmed the Cowboy offense. Longhorns quarterback Tyrone Swoopes may have had his best game to date, throwing for 305 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions. Texas' defensive front held Oklahoma State to only 34 yards rushing, and forced the trailing Cowboys to use their aerial attack. The Cowboys were unable to put points on the board until late in the 4th quarter, sealing the win for the Texas Longhorns.
Saturday, November 16, 2013 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Cowboys 38, Longhorns 13 Case McCoy had a bad day under center for Texas, and Clint Chelf had the opposite of that for the Cowboys as Oklahoma State picked up its 9th win of the season in Austin on Saturday afternoon. Chelf scored a total of four touchdowns, two of which came on the ground, to lead the Cowboys to a huge win that propels them up the Big 12 standings. It’s the first conference loss of the season for Texas, who won six consecutive games after losses to BYU and Ole Miss early on. Justin Gilbert picked off McCoy twice, running one back for a 43-yard TD at the end of the third quarter.
Saturday, September 29, 2012 at Boone Pickens Stadium (Stillwater, OK) Longhorns 41, Cowboys 36 This was one of the most exciting games of the college football season, ending with some last-second heroics from Texas QB David Ash to secure the 41-38 win for the Longhorns. Jaxon Shipley caught TD passes from 44, 20 and 7 yards out, while D.J. Monroe had a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the first quarter. OK State took a 2-point lead with 2:34 left in the game, but a big pass from Ash to D.J. Grants on fourth down put the Longhorns in position to win the game. After a possible fumble that became the source of much controversy after the game went the Longhorns way, Texas RB Joe Bergeron punched in the game-winning TD.