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AUSTIN, Texas -- Selvin Young returned two kicks for touchdowns and DerrickJohnson and Michael Huff returned interceptions for two more Sunday night as No. 5 Texas overwhelmed New Mexico State 66-7 in the opener for both teams.
Mock's backup, Vince Young, got into the act too, adding a pair of rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
Selvin Young's return in the second wiped out a 7-0 New Mexico State lead and started the rout. He also had a 39-yard punt return for a TD in the fourth.
Sparked by Young's kickoff return, Texas exploded for 31 points by halftime to get its 20th straight win at Royal-Memorial Stadium, a streak that dates to 1999.< ^No. 9 Virginia Tech 49, Central Florida 28=
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Bryan Randall gave Marcus Vick a tension-free stage for his Virginia Tech debut, but the No. 9 Hokies had plenty to worry about before they got it together and beat Central Florida.
Randall directed three touchdown drives in as many tries before yielding for a second-quarter series to Michael Vick's younger brother. When Vick led the team 80 yards, it was 28-0 and looking really easy.
But then the Golden Knights, using an effective mix of Ryan Schneider's passing, Alex Haynes' running and a 56-yard trick play, closed within 28-21 before two Hokies touchdowns 39 seconds apart put it away.
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