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Saturday, October 29, 2016 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Longhorns 35, Bears 34The Texas Longhorns won against the Baylor Bears for the second consecutive season with a 39-yard field goal kicked by Trent Dominique with 46 seconds left in the game. The Horns MVP for the game was D’Onta Forman with a career-best 250 yards rushed and two touchdowns but Baylor held up a good fight with quarterback Seth Russell passing and running 364 yards and three touchdowns. The close Baylor vs Texas game ended with a final score of 35-34, Longhorns. The 2016 matchup between the Longhorns and Bears was played in Austin at the DKR Memorial Stadium and had an average ticket price of $93.
Saturday, December 5, 2015 at McLane Stadium (Waco, TX) Longhorns 23, Bears 17With the Longhorns out of contetion for a bowl game, and the Baylor Bears playing for a chance at another New Years 6 bid, everyone assumed the 2015 Baylor vs Texas game would be a blowout. But the Longhorns surged out of the gate, capitalizing on early mistakes by the Bears to take a 20-0 lead into halftime. Coming out of half, Baylor 4th string quarterback Lynx Hawthorne found his stride running the ball and Baylor mounted a comeback, but Tyrone Swoopes and the Texas running game did just enough to control the clock and avoid mistakes and bring home one of the biggest surprise wins in the Baylor-Texas rivalry.
Saturday, October 4, 2014 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Bears 28, Longhorns 7 The Longhorns were coming into this game as the underdog, but gave Baylor a run for their money in the first 3 quarters giving up only a single TD on a blocked field goal in the first. After the half the Bears began to click and would go on to keep the UT out of the endzone until late in the fourth quarter to win the game 28-7.
Saturday, December 7, 2013 at Floyd Casey Stadium (Waco, TX) Bears 30, Longhorns 10 As word rang through the stadium that Oklahoma had beaten Oklahoma State in a last-minute thriller, this Texas-Baylor game became the de facto Big 12 championship game. It was a close game at the half, only 3-3 in freezing and snowy conditions. Both Baylor’s Bryce Petty and Texas’s Case McCoy couldn’t get anything going through the air. That changed in the second half with Petty finding Antwan Goodley and Levi Norwood for TD passes, pushing the Baylor lead all the way to 20-3. Texas responded with a TD in the fourth and came inches away from returning a fumble for a TD that would have cut the lead to 3. Instead Baylor sealed the win and won the Big 12 championship for the first time.
Saturday, October 20, 2012 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Longhorns 56, Bears 50 Texas snapped a two-game losing streaking on Saturday night, beating Baylor in a wild game that combined for over 100 points. The #25 Longhorns got going right away, with Daje Johnson rushing for an 84-yard TD run on the first play from scrimmage. Baylor and Texas traded touchdowns the whole way, with Longhorn running back Joe Bergeron providing five of Texas’s eight touchdowns of the evening. Texas went out to a 42-28 lead late in the 3rd quarter, but Baylor cut the lead to two with 12 unanswered points. Mike Davis put Texas ahead for good with a fourth-quarter TD to give the Longhorns their fifth win of the season and move Baylor back to .500.