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West Virginia 31 Texas Tech 26

Tech was in this one until the end, but West Virginia got the W in Morgantown. The Mountaineers ground out 300 yards and four touchdowns against the Red Raiders and picked up their first Big 12 win of the season. 


Oklahoma State 49 TCU 29

Fast start dooms the Frogs as Oklahoma State jumps out early and often to take a commanding lead into the half. TCU held serve in the second but needed way more than that to catch the streaking Cowboys. 

1 2 3 4 T
TCU 9 0 7 13 29
Oklahoma State 14 14 14 7 49

Louisiana 56 North Texas 13

Kenneth Dixon ran for 195 yards and six touchdowns to obliterate the Mean Green. UNT's defense can kickstart anyone's Heisman campaign. Dixon averaged 8.9 yards a carry. 

Kenneth Dixon 22 195 8.9 6 55

Houston 33 Cincinnati 30

Houston took one more step towards crashing the playoff with a win over Cincy on Saturday night. The Bearcats Gunner Kiel threw for 523 yards on the Coogs, but in the end, turnovers, time of possession and a grinding run game carried Houston to the win. 


Old Dominion 36 UTSA 31

 UTSA led late, but couldn't close the deal against Old Dominion. The Monarchs took the lead for good with 5 plus minutes left in the fourth and UTSA couldn't muster the offense to take the lead back. 


Auburn 26 Texas A&M 10

Remember when Jeremy Johnson was going to lead Auburn to the SEC West title? A&M apparently never got the memo that that wasn't the plan. Johnson made a triumphant return to the starting lineup and a bruising run game boat raced the Aggies who are looking more and more like the 2014 version. 


Texas 59 Kansas 20

Big game from the 18 Wheeler, as Tyrone Swoopes continues to blossom in his shot yardage/goal line role for the Horns. Texas rebounds from a devastating loss to Iowa State by blowing out Kansas.

Tyrone Swoopes 4 59 14.8 4 44
Posted on November 9, 2015 and filed under Southwest Round-Up.