Brief collaboration a huge success
Horns’ speedy receiver leaves memory of flashy final performance.
Marquise Goodwin ends his senior season with the Horns after one big game with Major Applewhite calling plays.
SAN ANTONIO — After Marquise Goodwin ran through the end zone and into the annals of Longhorn football, at least one man was ambivalent while dis- cussing the touchdown that defeated Oregon State in the Alamo Bowl on Saturday night.
“I hate that I only had one game with him,” Major Applewhite said.
Goodwin, an undersized but fleet senior wide receiver, leaves the program after one game with Applewhite calling the plays instead of the departed Bryan Harsin. But not before leaving his foot-
C4 prints on two bowl victories.
Last December, when Texas beat California 21-10 in the Holiday Bowl, Goodwin caught a 47-yard touchdown pass from David Ash that gave the Longhorns a lead in the third quarter. Goodwin later took a handoff and darted for 37 yards, setting up another touchdown.
And now this: a 64-yard touchdown run on a reverse in the second quarter against Oregon State and the 36yard hookup with Ash with