Bijan Robinson feasted. Casey Robinson took a seat at the table and starred in his own right in place of an injured Sam Ehlinger. And what was once a mere single-score halftime edge for the No. 20 Texas Longhorns exploded after the break, as 17 unanswered points from the Longhorns effectively decided the outcome before the fourth quarter got underway.
Texas kept cruising from there, even as Colorado found points of its own en route to a 55-23 Longhorns win in the Alamo Bowl to capture their fourth consecutive bowl win.
Robinson finished with mind-boggling numbers, turning his 10 carries into 183 yards and one touchdown, and adding another 37 yards and two scores on just two receptions. A right shoulder injury ended Sam Ehlinger night at halftime after he tallied 160 yards and one touchdown, and in his place, Thompson provided a possible glimpse of the future at quarterback in Austin, completing 8-of-10 attempts for 170 yards and four touchdowns in a little over a quarter of action.
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