Baseball: Enron photo gallery

Images from UT's 7-6 win over Houston at Enron:

UT 3B Brandon Fahey connects for a two-out double in the bottom of the first off of Houston starter Gene Flores. (Will Gallagher)

Fahey heads for home on C Ryan Hubele's single to right. (Will Gallagher)

Houston C Chris Snyder tags Fahey out at the plate to end the Texas threat. Fahey, who was hit in the hand by a line drive in the first inning, left the game in the third and remained sidelined for Sunday's game vs. Louisiana-Lafayette. J.D. Reininger replaced Fahey at third. (Will Gallagher)

The Horns watch the middle inning action from their Enron dugout. (Will Gallagher)

Tim McGough replaced starter Brad Halsey in the fourth. McGough gave up five hits and three earned runs in his four-and-a-third innings of work to earn his first win of the season. (Will Gallagher)

Texas 1B Jeff Ontiveros, leading off in the sixth, tries but fails to avoid an Austin Faught pitch. (Will Gallagher)

Ontiveros exchanges words with Faught as the home plate ump stays in between the two. The Cougars erased Ontiveros at second on a Matt Rosenberg fielder's choice, but the hit-by-pitch started the Longhorn's sixth inning, five run rally. (Will Gallagher)

2B Tim Moss is congratulated by on-deck batter Reininger after scoring the Horns' second run of the inning on a Dustin Majewski pinch hit single to center. Eric Sultemeier steps to the plate with Texas still trailing 4-3. (Will Gallagher)

The Horns react to Sultemeier's go-ahead homer to deep left. (Will Gallagher)

Reininger delivered his solo shot minutes later to extend the Longhorn advantage to 6-4, leading to this mob scene as he returned to the dugout. (Will Gallagher)

SS Michael Hollimon, Omar Quintanilla's replacement in the Texas line-up, takes a home run sprint around the bases after his seventh inning solo shot into the Houston bullpen in deep right center. (Will Gallagher)

Moss fires to first to complete the game-ending double play in the ninth. (Will Gallagher)

The Texas players join the Longhorn fans in the Enron stands for The Eyes. (Will Gallagher)

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