Texas Longhorns And BYU Agree To Home And Home Series

The Texas Longhorns and Brigham Young University Cougars have agreed to a home and home series beginning in 2013.

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Texas Longhorns And BYU Agree To Home And Home

Starting in 2013, the University of Texas Longhorns and Brigham Young University Cougars will open a home and home series in college football. 

Per BYU's Athletic Department:

"We are excited to announce this series with Texas," said BYU Director of Athletics Tom Holmoe. "We are always looking for opportunities to schedule storied football programs like the Longhorns. I'm really excited for our coaches, our players and the rest of Cougar Nation to have Texas visit LaVell Edwards Stadium."

The addition of the two-game series creates three future matchups between the Cougars and Longhorns. The two schools are already slated to face each other in Austin on Sept. 10, 2011.

BYU and Texas are two of only five programs nationally to win 10 or more games each of the past four seasons. BYU is 43-9 over the last four years while Texas has achieved a 45-8 mark over the same span. Ohio State, Boise State and Virginia Tech are the only other teams with double-digit victories each of the last four seasons.

 

The two schools haven't played in a regular season contest since 1988.

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