Chris Warren got the first start of his career in Thursday's contest.
He tallied 276 yards rushing for the most by a freshman in program history. His 276 yards also rank sixth all-time for Texas. The previous record for rushing yards by a freshman was 213 by Cedric Benson on 28 attempts against Kansas in 2001.
The 6-foot-2, 230-pound wrecking ball became the first Longhorns runner to reach the 200-yard mark since Jamaal Charles recorded 290 yards against Nebraska back on Oct. 27, 2007.
Warren broke a 91-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. It was his first career touchdown and ranks as the fourth-longest rush in program history and the longest by a freshman.
He also scored on runs of 21, 23, and 8 yards.
Freshman Kirk Johnson had a 32-yard run before he suffered a leg injury in the second half and did not return.
Sophomore D'Onta Foreman did not play due to a finger injury and neither did senior Johnathan Gray [toe].
Foreman leads Texas in rushing this season with 681 yards and his five rushing TDs are the most of any UT running back.