TCU's First Big 12 game: Postgame Red Zone Fumble Thread (TCU wins anyway)

Turnovers. Turnovers everywhere! But mostly in the Red Zone. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE

TCU 20, Kansas 6

Wow, that was a lot closer than it needed to be. TCU moved the ball at will, didn't have to punt the entire first half, (and only once all game) yet still only led by four at the half due to two fumbles in the red zone. Neither one was really Casey's fault- a snap through the legs, and hit while throwing- but both still resulted in zero points. Casey also fumbled crossing the goal line, and late in the fourth as we were icing away the game Tucker fumbled on the seven as well. Then what happens at the end? Kansas fumbles into the end zone as they try to tighten the game up. In the end, TCU wins, but the scoreboard is closer than it should be and nobody really feels too good about it.

There are good things to be taken out of this game though. First of all, we still have two more non-conference games to work on our fumbling issues- and those issues are fixable. Secondly, we're a really young team and we won by two scores on the road. Even if it should've been more, two scores is a good win. And third... we won, and will be sitting on top of the Big 12 standings this week. Our first Big 12 game, our first Big 12 win- that's what people will remember.

This is your postgame fumble celebration thread!

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