Texas 33, Iowa State 7. Final.
The Texas Longhorns made it four consecutive wins Saturday, defeating the Iowa State Cyclones 33-7 in Austin.
Texas rushed out to a 20-0 lead, but the Cyclones scored a much-needed touchdown before halftime to pull within 13 points. But ISU was never able to draw within striking distance, as the Longhorns steadily built upon their halftime lead and won the game handily.
The most glaring difference of the game was the play of the quarterbacks
Longhorns quarterback David Ash went 25-or-31 for 364 yards and a pair touchdowns, while Cyclones quarterback Steele Jantz went just 15-of-29 for 133 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
The Horns' highly-touted freshman running back Jonathon Gray scored two touchdowns on the ground and totaled 105 total yards on 16 touches.
Texas gained over 600 yards of total offense, while holding Iowa State to a season-low 276 yards.
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