Brief col­lab­o­ra­tion a huge success

Horns’ speedy re­ceiver leaves me­mory of flashy fi­nal per­for­mance.

Austin American-Statesman - - FRONT PAGE - By Mark Ros­ner mros­ner@states­ More col­lege foot­ball in­side anal­y­sis: Alamo Bowl win was huge for Horns, Ag­gies de­fen­sive end Da­mon­tre Moore de­clares for NFL draft, Late Satur­day: TCU gets wings clipped in loss to Michi­gan St., Horns

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

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