Iowa State Game Photo Gallery -- Offense

Exclusive Iowa State game photos from IT photographer Will Gallagher -- offense:


The Texas offense lines up at the goalline on its first possession. The Horns drove 80 yards in 12 plays capped off with a Cedric Benson one-yard TD run. Benson accounted for 61 (on nine carries) of the 80 yards on the drive. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Benson scoots past a diving ISU defender and into the open field on his 59-yard third quarter TD scamper. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Benson lunges for the end zone at the end of his long touchdown run that gave the Horns the lead for good at 14-10. The Texas sophomore tailback finished with 199 yards on 30 carries. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Benson and Ivan Williams take a breather. Williams started at fullback in place of the injured Matt Trissel. The junior caught three passes for 32 yards and helped pave the way for the Texas tailbacks, who combined for 259 yards on 45 carries. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


B.J. Johnson pulls down a Chris Simms offering. Johnson caught four passes for 22 yards vs. the 'Clones. The Texas wideouts combined for just 97 receiving yards in the game. Simms completed 16 of 23 attempts for 141 yards with one INT (off of Roy Williams' hands). (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Selvin Young has a vice grip on the football as he charges up the middle for a fourth quarter TD that gave the Horns a 21-10 lead. Young carried the ball nine times for 34 yards. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Selvin Young and Derrick Dockery celebrate Young's fourth quarter TD. The O-line, including Dockery, had its best run-blocking game since September's UNC contest. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


Sure-handed Brett Robin carried six times for 26 yards on the Horns' late fourth quarter, clock-killing drive. Both Benson and second-team tailback Selvin Young put the ball on the grass earlier in the game, Benson at the Iowa State 21 with Texas driving for a second consecutive early TD, possibly preventing a blowout Longhorn win, and Young at the Cyclones' 32, briefly giving the visitor's new life at 21-10 after the UT D forced an ISU punt from its own end zone. (PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)


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