Congratulations! Do you think being in-state helped much? (although I see your LSAT is pretty far above the median)
I'm not sure about my case specifically, but being in state definitely helps. UT is required by state law to matriculate 80% in-state, so it seems like a no-brainer to me that they are going to have to be less picky on in-staters than out-of-staters.
That said, I have heard (though I have absolutely no way to confirm) that they are slightly biased against people who went to UT for undergrad -- that they prefer to get Texas residents who went to college outside the state. It makes sense to me from a "diversity of experiences" perspective, but it could just be sour grapes from UT undergrads who didn't get in.
To be absolutely frank though, I think I probably made it on numbers alone. I don't say that to be cocky, but just to mean that I don't think I'm the best person to get a read off in-state/out-of-state or UT/other school undergrad.