AUSTIN, Texas — For only the third time in Big 12 history and for the first time since 2009, an offensive lineman scored a "big fella" touchdown on Saturday. 

Texas Longhorns left tackle Samuel Cosmi rumbled 12 yards into the end zone early in the fourth quarter to give UT a 35-17 lead. Texas has a rule where if you score a touchdown ... you "go hug a big guy." Well, this was one heck of a big man hug after this touchdown. 

Cosmi's touchdown was one of UT's many highlight plays against the Mountaineers, but can definitely be argued as the most memorable one.

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The play was also the 6-foot-7-inch, 300 pound offensive tackle's first career touchdown. 

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Texas went on to defeat West Virginia, 42-31. The Longhorns play the Sooners next Saturday in Dallas. Texas beat the Sooners 48-45 during the 2018 regular season at the State Fair of Texas, though the Sooners won the rematch in the Big 12 title game. 

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