Texas 27, Kansas 23
One week after scoring 49 unanswered points in its biggest comeback in history, No. 6 Texas got a touchdown run and pass from Vince Young in the final 4 minutes 11 seconds to beat Kansas, 27-23.
Young had 409 total yards for the Longhorns (9-1, 6-1 Big 12), who rallied for a 56-35 win over Oklahoma State the week before and still have hopes of playing in a BCS bowl.
"One of the great things about Vince Young is that he can beat you both ways," Texas Coach Mack Brown said.
Young scrambled 22 yards on a fourth-and-18 play and then scored on an 18-yard run to pull Texas within 23-20 with 4:11 to go.
"We expected that they were going to play the pass, so I just used my God-given talent to use my legs," he said. "In my head I refused to let them make that tackle."
Then, with 11 seconds to go, he connected with Tony Jeffery for the winning touchdown, denying Kansas (3-7, 1-6) what would have been its biggest win in almost a decade.
"Vince threw a great pass," Jeffery said. "It was the biggest catch I have had this year."