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Saturday, October 22, 2016 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium (Manhattan, KS) Wildcats 24, Longhorns 21The Kansas State vs Texas 2016 matchup was a close game as the Wildcats dominated the first half with 3 touchdowns with strong plays by the quarterback Jesse Ertz. The Longhorns had the opportunity to take the game in the second half as Kansas State made some mistakes but Texas was only able to close the gap but not overtake. One of the Longhorns biggest mistakes was missing a 34-yard field goal with a little over four minutes left in the game. The final score of the Texas Longhorns vs Kansas State Wildcats was 24-21, Wildcats.
Saturday, October 24, 2015 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Longhorns 23, Wildcats 9A cold a rainy day in Austin made for one of the sloppiest Texas-Kansas State matchups of the last few years. Texas backup quarterback Tyrone Swoopes and the "18 Wheeler" package dominated a shorthanded Wildcat defensive font, with Swoopes rushing for 3 touchdowns. Kansas State quarterback Joe Hubener took a hard shot early in the game, but returned to throw for the Wildcats only touchdown of the game. A third quarter Kansas State field goal cut the Texas lead to 7, but a 3 play 52 yard touchdown drive by Swoopes and the Longhorns put the game out of reach.
Saturday, October, 25, 2014 at Bill Snyder Stadium (Manhattan, KS) Wildcats 23, Longhorns 0 As expected, this matchup was all about the #11 Kansas State Wildcats who kept the Texas offense to 0 points and less than 200 yards of total offense. The Wildcats were able to control the clock on offense with nearly double the possession time as the Longhorns ultimately leading to the 23-0 win.
Saturday, September 21, 2013 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Longhorns 31, Wildcats 21 Texas came out to a big lead on Saturday night in Austin and never gave it back, handing the Wildcats their second loss of the season while hanging on to their own second win of the 2013 campaign. Kendall Sanders scored a 63-yard TD on a pass from David Ash and Jonathan Gray scampered for a 21-yard run to push the score to 17-0 late in the second quarter. Gray finished with 141 yards rushing and 2 TDs in the win. K-State was able to put some more points on the board in the fourth quarter but by then it was too little, too late.
Saturday, December 1, 2012 at Bill Snyder Stadium (Manhattan, KS) Wildcats 42, Longhorns 24 The #18 Longhorns looked like they would make a game of it early, but sixth-ranked Kansas State scored 28 unanswered points late in the game to seal the win and earn themselves the Big 12 Championship. Texas had three turnovers (which led to 14 Wildcat points) to Kansas State’s one, and Collin Klein rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the win. The Longhorns out-gained the Wildcats and had more first downs, but continually stalled after getting into the K-State side of the field. Texas finishes the regular season at 8-4, while K-State moves to 11-1 and a berth in the BCS Fiesta Bowl.