Photo Gallery - Washington State

Texas made a late run, but in the end the Longhorns suffered another Holiday Bowl loss, this time at the hands of Washington State. The Longhorns finished the season with a 10-3 mark and will likely drop from the top ten in the final polls. When is Spring Football??

Cedric Benson is able to get around the corner in the first half. Benson had a productive first half with 63 yards on 15 carries and one score.

David Thomas struggles for extra yards after hauling in one of Vince Young's few completions in the opening half. Thomas ended the game with four catches for 20 yards and had a key fumble that led to a Washington State touchdown in the third quarter.

This was one of the few occasions in the game where the Longhorn defense was able to put heavy pressure on Matt Kegel. Texas finished the game without registering a sack and allowed Kegel to go 18-32 for 203 yards.

Vince Young tries to avoid the rush of a Cougar defender. Washington State's defense harassed Young and Chance Mock for much of the game, sacking the Texas QB's seven times for a net loss of 64 yards.

Phillip Geiggar, Derrick Johnson and Aaron Harris converge on Chris Bruhn in the third quarter. Washington State was able to effectively run the ball in the second half and ended the game with 162 yards on the ground. The Texas defense did grab two interceptions, including a huge play by Tim Crowder that led to the Roy Williams 30-yard TD catch.

Cedric Benson avoids a tackle in the second half. Benson was limited to seven carries following halftime as Texas was forced to throw in an effort to erase a 26-10 deficit after three quarters.

Roy Williams keyed a fourth quarter comeback by taking this Chance Mock pass in for a score. Williams finished the game with 9 catches for 97 yards and a score to close out a fantastic career at UT.

Williams continued the momentum by hauling in another Mock pass for 46 yards to set Texas up deep in Washington State territory. The Longhorns got as far as the Cougar 10 yard line before Mock was sacked and fumbled to end the Longhorn threat.

A dejected Mock and Young following Mock's fumble. Despite a valient effort by the junior QB, there would be no follow-up to his heroics against Texas Tech that led to a last-minute Texas victory.

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