#2 overall seed - winners of Bracket #2
#7 overall seed - winners of Bracket #7
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Sweet Sixteen Results
Michael Irvin has had a whale of a tournament up to this point, but the Texas secondary (Cedric Griffin, Michael Huff, Michael Griffin, Tarell Brown, and Aaron Ross as the nickel) is by far the best that he has had to face.
The key to the game ended up being none other than Vince Young. Despite facing a tremendous Miami defense, Young stepped his game up another notch and led the Longhorns to 30 points.
Young finished yet another game with over 200 yards passing and at least 100 yards rushing. He also accounted for all three Texas touchdowns. Limas Sweed caught the last touchdown pass in the back of the end zone in the fourth quarter that proved to be the decisive score.
This win over Jimmy Johnson's #7 seeded Miami team proved to the doubters that the Longhorns have the mettle to play with the elites in the Final Four of The Greatest Tournament of All Time.
2005 Texas - 30
1987 Miami - 24