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The Golden Bears (7-6) are winless in five games against the Longhorns dating to 1959.
Texas put it away on Cody Johnson's 4-yard touchdown run on the first play of the fourth quarter, which was set up when Maynard was sacked and fumbled, which was recovered by Chris Whaley at the Cal 44. Goodwin ran for 37 yards and Johnson had a 3-yard gain before his touchdown run.
Cal briefly took the lead at 10-7 after Isi Sofele's 6-yard run to cap the opening drive of the second half.
Ash's long TD pass to Goodwin came four plays into the next Texas drive.
"We had our chances and gave the ball away," Tedford said.
Cal fumbled six times, losing four. The other turnover was an interception by Quandre Diggs, the younger brother of former Texas star cornerback and current San Diego Chargers starter Quentin Jammer.
"They did a good job of stripping it. They got it out today," Tedford said. "They got their hands on the ball, their hats on the ball and stripped it. There's really no explanation for something we've worked on."
Maynard was under pressure the whole game.
"We kept getting caught in second-and-long, third-and-long," the QB said. "It's hard to build a decent pass game and run game. ... It's hard to overcome those turnovers. It's hard to build momentum."
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