Longhorns got 25.68 points from Philip Rivers and 24.20 from Le'Veon Bell to beat The Van Buren Boys 130.88 to 122.80. Longhorns came into the Sunday night game facing a 12.22-point deficit, but scored 35.00 for the comeback. Even though the teams are tied for seventh place with matching 5-7 records, The Van Buren Boys has a distinct advantage in points, 1,658.56 to 1,559.74. A win is a win, but this one tastes just a bit sweeter for Longhorns who gets revenge for a 180.36 to 83.54 shellacking by The Van Buren Boys in Week 3. Both sides missed scoring opportunities as Longhorns had one starter turn in zero points and The Van Buren Boys also had one.