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No. 5 ranked Texas played off against Rice on Saturday in what was a great game between the two teams. Texas emerged the clear winner, as they proved vastly superior throughout the entire game.  Texas has always been powerful in sports, football in particular. The game on Saturday was a prime example of what they are capable of. It ended 34-17. Odds.

There was not very much that Texas could have done better. They gave a near perfect game. Defensively they were solid. Rice rushed them very hard, managing to break through only a few times. Offensively, they beat the strong defenses of their opponents to take another sturdy victory. Gilbert performed quite well in comparison to his previous performance. He didn’t turn over a single interception, and had a few adequate numbers for the game. He finished 14 of 23 for 172 yards, and nailed some impressive passes. One of those included a 47-yard throw to Malcolm Williams in the third quarter. Texas ran 46 times for 197 yards. The whole team pushed very hard for a win that they really deserved. The Longhorns gained just 53 yards in the first quarter, but piled up 69 on their first touchdown drive. The rest of their season looks bright. Scores.

Rice played well, but not well enough to stop the powerful Longhorns. There was simply no way it was going to happen. The Texas defensive stepped up to shut Rice down after the first score.  Sam Acho sacked Rice freshman Taylor McHargue, causing a fumble. However, Keenan Robinson scooped it up and returned it for a 10-yard touchdown. Texas reversed a 3-3 tie into a 17-3 lead in the blink of an eye. Las Vegas odds.

Things are looking up for Texas. So, be sure and follow all their games at, home of the best sports betting information on the internet.

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