We’ve got absolute heartbreak in Lubbock, Texas.
We’re looking forward to seeing if they can.
They got one break on Saturday, that’s for sure. That’s when you know. Freshman Brandonn Drumgole grabbed a game-high seven catches for 41 yards and a TD, and Jake Becker had 71 total yards from scrimmage (28 rushing, 43 receiving).
This season, both Mahomes and Boykin have thrown only three interceptions each along with their great numbers.
Luckily for TCU, it doesn’t have to worry about that thanks to a miraculous tipped touchdown pass from quarterback Trevone Boykin to Aaron Green, which gave it a 55-52 win Saturday. The future pro should jump to the top of the conversation when it comes to who the best receiver in the country is, and if he isn’t atop the Biletnikoff Award list right now, he should be.
TCU’s climb up the college football food chain-from a mighty mid-major into a College Football Playoff contender-was driven by a defense that stifled opponents and rarely committed mistakes.
He caught 18 passes, which tied a Big 12 record that was set in 1996. Not a bad day at the office. Tailback DeAndre Washington continues to be averaging eight outdoor areas a hold steady 3 (three) game apps which enables you to over again you want high quality approach to use on the Red Raiders.
Texas Tech had one final possession, but the Red Raiders came up just short. Texas Tech’s inability to get off the field on 3rd down, especially 3rd and long, is starting to burn them. And the thing about it is, we REALLY need this kid.
Fournette has his second straight 200-yard game and fifth straight 100-yard game – and it came in a fitting place. Some of his catches were instant highlight-reel material. Texas A&M accepted the ball at its own 15 and scored five plays later, aided by a roughing the passer penalty and a 63-yard throw from Allen to Josh Reynolds. Defensive tackle Davion Pierson missed three games with concussion symptoms.
USA Today’s Dan Wolken pulls no punches and describes coach Butch Jones as “another in an inexplicable line of men addicted to losing football games at the University of Tennessee” after the Vols’ latest collapse. Oklahoma State earned its fourth consecutive victory in Austin (the first team to ever do that) to remain unbeaten.
It worked. TCU forced a three-and-out and got the ball back with 3:11 left for its game-winning drive.
“Just gutsy,” Kingsbury said, via Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News.
Michigan State’s Shilique Calhoun was dominant, finishing with 2 1/2 sacks and blocking a field goal. One of the best Horned Frogs on that side of the ball, defensive end Mike Tuaua, was arrested earlier this week and won’t play in this game and that will have a big impact on the outcome. A botched snap turns into a safety and gives TCU a 9-7 lead.
What other chance do they have?
Jim McElwain claims this week’s award for most candid comment just minutes after a game ends. Michael Downing… and Julius Lewis and Ridwan Issahaku never made their presence felt.
THE KAVONTAE TURPIN OH NO HE DIDN’T UP OF THE WEEK: Is there any question?