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Saturday, November 5, 2016 at Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, TX) Longhorns 45, Red Raiders 37The Texas Longhorns traveled to Lubbock to play in-state rival Texas Tech in an exciting game that ended with the Longhorns win of 45-37. The Horns had lost their three previous games but their offense was ready to play hard with a total of 658 yards during the game. Foreman had another great game for UT with three touchdowns and 341 yards. The first half of the game was an even game with the half ending with a 1-point difference, but going into the second half the Red Raiders fell behind. For the Texas Longhorns vs Texas Tech Red Raiders 66th matchup, tickets for the game had an average price of $130, while the lowest price tickets went for $50.
Thursday, November 26, 2015 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Red Raiders 48, Longhorns 45A rainy Thanksgiving day could not hold back an offensive explosion in one of the better Texas vs Texas Tech matchups of the last decade. Texas struggled to move the ball through the air, but saw the coming out party of freshman running back Chris Warren III who rushed for 276 yards and 4 touchdowns. But the brutish Longhorns runnning back couldn't out duel Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who answered every Texas score. Mahomes threw for 372 yards. The game cluminated in a 40 yard touchdown run by Tech running back Jakeem Grant on a trick play. The win was the first for the Red Raiders in the Texas-Texas Tech series in half a decade.
Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, TX) Longhorns 34, Red Raiders 13 Texas Tech welcomed state rival Texas to another "Lonestar Shootout" between the two and with high expectations in Lubbock, quarterback ills continue to damper the Red Raiders. After taking a punishing hit by Longhorn corner Quandre Diggs, true freshman Vincent Testaverde Jr. took the field at quarterback in place of Pat Mahomes. UT took full advantage of the true freshman walk-on allowing the Red Raiders to find the endzone one last time for the remainder of the game.
Thursday, November 28, 2013 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Longhorns 41, Red Raiders 16 The Longhorns jumped all over the Red Raiders from the get-go on Thanksgiving night, beating Kliff Kingsbury’s team by 25 for their 8th win of the season. Texas Tech dropped to 7-5 with the loss, but fell to 4-5 in conference play as well. Ryan Erxleben got the scoring started with a 51-yard run that gave Tech a 7-0 lead, but after that it was all Texas. It was 20-10 Texas by halftime, and a one-yard TD run from McCoy plus a 7-yard reception from Mike Davis put the game way out of reach for Texas Tech. Raiders QB Baker Mayfield couldn’t get anything going, eventually being replaced by Michael Brewer who went 7-for-8 with a TD in his limited playing time.
Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, TX) Longhorns 31, Texas Tech 22 The #23 Longhorns finally brought it all together, beating #18 Texas Tech in Lubbock for their third straight victory. Texas is now 7-2 on the season while Texas Tech falls to 6-3. Mike Davis had 165 yards receiving for Texas, scoring two touchdowns including a 75-yarder in the second quarter. Ash, who has struggled, had three TDs and no interceptions in the victory. Texas Tech made a game of it, scoring a touchdown late in the third quarter to come to within in. The Red Raiders couldn’t convert the 2-pt play, and a Mike Davis TD with nine minutes left put the game out of the reach out in east Texas.