AUSTIN — After getting run over for three games, Johnathan Gray and Texas finally returned the favor.
The Longhorns’ defense entered the game allowing 308.7 rushing yards per game, including a program-worst 550 yards on the ground to BYU two weeks ago that cost Manny Diaz his job as defensive coordinator. At some point following last week’s embarrassing 44-23 loss to No. 25 Mississippi, however, Texas rediscovered its defensive pride and Gray played like the five-star recruit he was, helping the Longhorns potentially save their season with a 31-21 home win against Kansas State.
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