T'Vondre Sweat scores a touchdown.
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Texas 360-Pound Lineman Strikes Heisman Pose After Touchdown

Texas is rolling in the Big 12 Championship Game, and they're having fun doing it. That includes linemen striking the Heisman pose.

The Texas Longhorns are rolling in the Big 12 Championship Game against the Oklahoma State, and they're having fun doing it.

That was emphasized by a big man touchdown to give them a 21-7 lead late in the first quarter. T'Vondre Sweat, a 362-pound defensive lineman, was used as a tight end to catch a wide open touchdown.

And the best part? Sweat struck the Heisman pose after he did it.

With an actual Heisman Trophy winner in attendance in Vince Young, the Longhorns are running up the score on the Cowboys. As of writing, Texas leads 28-7 well before halftime. Quinn Ewers has completed 14 of 15 passes for 244 yards and three touchdowns. Texas could use a blowout win to boost their resume for the College Football Playoff.

As for Sweat, the senior lineman certainly made a statement in what could be his final game of his college career. Everyone loves a big man touchdown.

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