Texas scored three in the second inning, five in the third, five in the fourth and four in the seventh to hand the 11th-ranked Red Raiders' their first Big 12 series loss of the season.
Few would have expected this outcome after Texas gave up a 5-0 lead in Game 1 of the series by allowing 13 unanswered runs in a 13-6 loss to Tech (31-12, 12-3).
But the Longhorns bounced back on Saturday, rallying from a three-run deficit to win 7-4 over the Red Raiders, snapping Tech's 11-game league win streak.
The run support helped Ty Culbreth to his Big 12-leading eighth win of the season, and freshman Nolan Kingham picked up the save after throwing three hitless innings in Game 2.
In Game 3 Sunday, Kyle Johnston got the win for Texas, going 6 innings and giving up 1 run on four hits with six Ks and five walks. Tech's only run came on a fifth-inning home run by Tyler Floyd.
Freshman Chase Shugart pitched one inning of relief, inducing two ground outs and a fly out for a 1-2-3 inning in the seventh to close out the victory for Texas.
Shortstop Joe Baker had a monstrous day at the plate for Texas, going 4-of-4 with 6 RBIs and three runs scored. Baker had two doubles and a home run and walked once.
NEXT UP: ... Texas State at the Disch, 6 pm Tuesday (UT beat Texas State 10-4 on March 1 in San Marcos) ... followed by a home series against Oklahoma State (25-14 overall, 9-6 Big 12).