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Janie Harris | NCAA.com | November 5, 2016

WATCH: Texas Tech's crazy 100-yard TD on fumble recovery

With a little more than eight minutes left in the first half of the Texas-Texas Tech game, the Longhorns had a third and goal at the Texas Tech 36, handing the ball to running back D’Onta Foreman to take it to the end zone.

While he made it to about the seven-yard line, a mass of players for both teams crowded around the player, trying to tackle him or push him into the end zone. However, something different happened. Red Raider Douglas Coleman stripped the ball from Foreman and ran the ball from his own end zone to the Longhorn’s, posting a 100-yard touchdown to give Texas Tech a lead of 23-14.

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