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Inside the Numbers: Texas Versus Baylor

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  • Baylor won for the first time in Austin since 1991.
  • The loss marked the first three-game home losing streak since 1997.
  • The Longhorns are 1-3 at home on the season.
  • Texas committed 11 penalties totaling 103 yards.
  • Starting left tackle Kyle Hix committed another drive-killing false start penalty. Hix has only one game this season without a false start.
  • Baylor RB Jay Finley's 69-yard touchdown run accounted for 63% of Baylor's total rushing yards (109).
  • Baylor QB Robert Griffin gained only 17 yards on 16 carries.
  • The Bears held DJ Monroe in check -- the Texas speedster gained only 10 yards on four carries.
  • Texas scored only one touchdown in the red zone on five possessions, settling for field goals on the other four and leaving 12 points on the board.
  • 6 -- Number of dropped passes by Texas.
  • 4 -- Losses on the season, the most since 1999.
  • Baylor fumbled the ball five times, but Will Muschamp's defense was only able to recover one of them. On the season, Texas has only recovered six of 23 fumbles by opponents (h/t 91horn). That comes out to 26%.
  • For the second straight week, Texas outgained their opponent in total offense (428 to 328), but lost.
  • 79 -- Rushing yards by Garrett Gilbert, leading the team.
  • 0 -- Carries by Fozzy Whittaker.
  • Texas converted six of 15 third downs (40%).
  • Coming into the game, Texas was sixth in the country in total defense, but 33rd in scoring defense.
  • Both teams turned the ball over two times, marking the sixth time in eight games that the Longhorns have failed to win the turnover battle.