Street had noticed Arkansas defenders looking into the Texas huddle, so he fixed his gaze on split end Cotton Speyrer while explaining the play to Randy Peschel, saying "Randy, I'm looking and pointing at Cotton, but I'm talking to you." The team advanced to 1978 Orange Bowl, defeating #2 Oklahoma by a 31–6 score. [6] [7] [8] With a wishbone option offense, the Longhorns won all ten games in the regular season, and returned to the Cotton Bowl Classic in Fair Park in Dallas. Arkansas quarterback Bill Montgomery next led the Razorbacks on a 73-yard drive down to the Texas 7. On New Year's Day 1970, the Longhorns met ninth-ranked Notre Dame, in its first bowl game in 45 years and second overall; their only previous postseason appearance was a win in the Rose Bowl in January 1925. The 1970 Texas Longhorns football team represented the University of Texas at Austin in the 1970 NCAA University Division football season. The extra-point snap was high, but was snared by third-string QB Donnie Wigginton and the kick was converted by Longhorn kicker Happy Feller, giving Texas a 15–14 lead with 3:58 to play. Longhorn RB Jim Bertelsen would run in for the tying six points. Since 2014, the game has been sponsored by the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and officially known as the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. It gained 44 yards, putting Texas on the Razorbacks' 13. 1 Texas visited No. Mit zwei legendären Trainern ( Broyles und Royal ), zwei Nachbarstaaten, zwei Fußball-Kraftpaketen (8 der letzten 10 SWC-Meisterschaften) und zwei jüngsten nationalen Meisterschaften (Arkansas 1964 und Texas 1963) hatten Arkansas und Texas eine Rivalität entwickelt. Royal retired from his AD job in 1980, but Broyles continued on through 2007, with the men's and women's athletic programs merging immediately after his retirement. The game was moved from the usual third week in October to the first week in December so it could be televised nationally on ABC. That's it. The 1981 Arkansas Razorbacks football team represented the University of Arkansas during the 1981 NCAA Division I-A football season. NameNo.Pos.Ht.Wt.ClassHometownAchilles, Jim57C5-11204Jr-1LSpring Branch (SBHS)Asaff, Tommy27HB5-11188Sr-SqMarshallArledge, David89DE5-11177So-FnRichardson (Lake James Street scrambled for a touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter. The first title was six seasons earlier, in 1963. Hunter Mark Henry is an American professional football player who is a tight end for the Los Angeles Chargers of the National Football League (NFL). Arkansas drove to the Texas 40, looking for a field goal from All-American kicker Bill McClard, but the turnover bug struck again as Montgomery was again picked off. The 2015 Arkansas Razorbacks football team represented the University of Arkansas during the 2015 NCAA Division I FBS football season. Die erste war sechs Spielzeiten zuvor im Jahr 1963 . Arkansas lost the 1970 Sugar Bowl to Ole Miss, led by Archie Manning. The Cotton Bowl Classic, also simply known as the Cotton Bowl, is an American college football bowl game that has been held annually in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex since January 1, 1937. Representatives George H.W. "Are you sure that's the call you want?" Dan Enos served his first season as offensive coordinator, replacing Jim Chaney who left for a job with Pittsburgh. The 1969 team is the last all-white team to be named consensus national champions with the onset of racial integration. The extra-point snap was high, but was snared by third-string QB Donnie Wigginton and the kick was converted by Longhorn kicker Happy Feller, giving Texas a 15–14 lead with 3:58 to play. Arkansas hatte dann den Ball und die Führung, und eine 73-Yard-Fahrt später waren die Schweine in einer guten Position, um ein Feldtor anzugreifen, das das Spiel außer Reichweite bringen würde, aber Razorback QB Bill Montgomery wurde in der Endzone abgefangen . Oktober um zehn Punkte. Das Spiel wurde von der üblichen dritten Oktoberwoche auf die erste Dezemberwoche verschoben, damit es landesweit auf ABC ausgestrahlt werden konnte . Georgia loses but remains a popular pick, while Alabama and Clemson solidify spots in the top two moving forward. The 1969 Texas Longhorns football team represented the University of Texas at Austin in the 1969 NCAA University Division football season. 1969: James Street. 1969 Texas (1969) - Southwest Conference Champion Texas defeated Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl, marking the Longhorns’ second MacArthur Bowl.