AUSTIN: The Texas Longhorns started very quickly on Saturday afternoon, trailing the Louisiana Ragin ‘Cajuns 3-0 to start the first quarter.
However, it was when Longhorns’ offense, led by first-team quarterback Hudson Card, came back alive and marched into the field on a 70-yard drive that culminated in Card’s first touchdown pass as the starting quarterback. ‘a team.
Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian, who convenes the Longhorns plays, used a motion to confuse the Louisiana defense, which later forgot to cover Longhorns Heisman candidate Bijan Robinson.
As a result, Robinson was very open for Card to get the 18-yard score, getting the score 7-3 at 2:25 of the first quarter.
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In the unit, the second of the Longhorns in the game, Card grabbed the Horns, completing one of his two passes, and fighting several times to keep the unit alive.
Off the scoreboard, Card’s most important play came in a quarter and six from the Louisiana 40 line of yards, which Card converted with his legs, setting the final score.
At the end of the unit, the card was 2 out of 5 for 27 yards and the touchdown and rushed twice for 10 yards.
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