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Ehlinger sacked for 34-yard loss (0:41)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Was he in or out? Texas receiver John Burt tightrope-walked the sideline on a 90-yard reception and it was difficult to tell on replay whether or not he stepped out of bounds. The Longhorns snapped the ball before a replay review could be called for and QB Sam Ehlinger scored on the next play. That could wind up being a key sequence if this game is close late.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas defensive tackle Poona Ford has been disruptive early on, getting penetration on Oklahoma State's interior defensive line. He forced a key fumble early in the second quarter of that killed a potential Cowboy scoring drive and turned into 7 Longhorns' points.

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Ehlinger's TD ties the game (0:31)
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Kempt tosses 2nd TD (0:34)
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Burt tip-toes down the sideline for 90-yard gain (0:33)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have called up defensive tackle Richard Ash from the practice squad to take the roster spot of Stephen Paea, who informed the team he would retire because of a knee injury. Ash joined the Cowboys late last season and was among their final cuts this summer.

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Ateman makes great one-handed sideline grab (0:22)
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King puts Oklahoma State on the board with TD (0:31)
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Kempt caps off long Iowa State drive with TD (0:32)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

After having three different offensive line combinations in the previous three games, Texas finally is finding a consistent group with the same unit starting today vs. Oklahoma State that did last week vs. Oklahoma.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State sophomore Johnny Wilson is making his second consecutive start at center today in place of Brad Lundblade. Lundblade, who started 31 consecutive games entering October, missed last week's game vs. Baylor.

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Texas Longhorn Band marches to DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium (1:05)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Should Oklahoma State beat Texas today, it would have a 26% chance to win the Big 12. And while Texas is a long shot, the Longhorns aren't totally out of it either. With a win, their chances of winning the conference would go up from 4% to 9%.

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

The University of Texas Longhorn Band makes its way toward DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium for today's game between the Longhorns and No. 10 Oklahoma State.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Plenty of orange around DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium today (both from Longhorn fans and Oklahoma State fans) and ... a random Florida Gator fan in blue and orange.

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Howard, Pollack split on OSU-Texas (1:10)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Plenty of Texas fans tailgating just outside DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium prior to the Longhorns hosting No. 10 Oklahoma State.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

One interesting nugget to watch today when No. 10 Oklahoma State meets Texas: The Cowboys are No. 2 nationally in third-down conversion rate (54.8 percent); Texas' defense is sixth-best at defending third downs (26.6 percent).

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Dirk on 0-2 Mavs: "Whoever is here has got to fight. It's not going to get any easier."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs PG Dennis Smith Jr. will not play tomorrow vs. Rockets. Rick Carlisle says they hope he can play Monday vs. Warriors.

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Mavericks turn defense to offense (0:20)
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Noel throws down two dunks (0:28)