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The Longhorns welcome in Cowboys as they look to reverse fortune against the conference foe.

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NCAA Football: Texas at Rice Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

The Texas Longhorns are out to prove that they belong in the national conversation. The next box on the list is ending their losing streak against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

OSU has beaten Texas seven out of the last nine meetings, winning each of the last five games against the Longhorns in Austin. Two years ago, a wild overtime game ended on a Sam Ehlinger interception, while last year in Stillwater, Texas turned in one of its worst defensive performances under Tom Herman.

This year, the Cowboys are no less potent, boasting the nation’s top running back and receiver in Chuba Hubbard and Tylan Wallace, respectively. However their success may hinge on the ability of their redshirt freshman quarterback playing in a truly hostile environment.

For Texas to truly take that next step and become what it wants to become, a Big 12 headliner and perennial national power, it will need to prove capable of consistently beating second-tier, fringe-ranked teams, as well, and Oklahoma State is an ideal example of that.

“During that whole play, I was going down the field and saw the ball in the air and I was like, ‘Okay, I’m ready to jump.’ Then I saw him jump and I feel like, ‘Oh, he jumped a little early.’ So I timed it right and came down with it.”

Injury Report:

  • Sophomore WR Joshua Moore (suspension) — out
  • Sophomore S B.J. Foster (hamstring) — out
  • RS Freshman S DeMarvion Overshown (back) — out
  • Freshman RB Jordan Whittington (groin) — out
  • Senior RB Kirk Johnson (knee) — out
  • Freshman OL Reese Moore (knee) — out
  • Senior WR Collin Johnson (hamstring) — probable
  • Senior C Zach Shackelford (foot) — probable
  • Sophomore LB Joseph Ossai (shoulder) — probable

How to Watch:

TV: ABC

Time: 6:30 p.m. Central

Radio: Texassports.com. Broadcasts are also available on Sirius 132, XM 199, and App Ch. 953

Online Streaming: WatchESPN

Odds: Texas -6

Weather: High of 97 degrees and partly cloudy

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