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Facing fourth-and-11 from the Texas 32, Kansas sent Briscoe down the left sideline and the 6-foot-3 sophomore turned around, snared the ball with one hand and pressed it to his helmet as he was being slammed to the ground.
The 26-yard gain gave Kansas a first-and-goal from the 6, and one play later Reesing rifled a 7-yard TD pass to Dexton Fields in the end zone, making it 21-7 with 7:46 left in the third.
The Longhorns scored on their first possession, with McCoy hitting Jordan Shipley for 16 yards to help set up Vondrell McGee's 14-yard scoring run.
Chris Ogbonnaya made it 21-0 with a 10-yard run after Shipley vaulted over the line for a first down on a fake field goal play.
Texas safety Blake Gideon, whose pressure on Reesing forced a fourth-down incompletion in the first half, was helped off the field after a helmet-to-helmet collision in the third quarter with Angus Quigley. Gideon stayed down for more than 5 minutes while Texas officials tended to him.
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