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Inside the Numbers: TCU vs. Oklahoma State

Great defense, terrible offense. What's new?

That game sucked on Saturday. It's more than obvious it's time for some major changes on offense. But hey, if Gary doesn't care, why should we? Here are the numbers.

0 - First half points for the Horned Frogs. That's the third game of the season the Frogs have been held scoreless in the first half. They've scored 10 points in the first half of Big 12 games this season.

34 - Yards of offense in the first half for TCU. They had 10 first half possessions.

4 - Oklahoma State turnovers forced during another incredible defensive performance.

3 - The number of points TCU's abysmal offense scored on those four turnovers.

3 - The number of 3-and-outs the offense had on possessions immediately following an Oklahoma State turnover.

5 - Dropped passes that I can think of off the top of my head. Boykin wasn't great on Saturday, but his receivers certainly didn't do him any favors. Maybe they weren't expecting the pass to make it to them, or be even remotely accurate?

9 - Penalties called on TCU, for a total of 85 yards. This team is not good enough to commit a lot of penalties.

6 - Receptions for LaDarius Brown on the day. Four of those came on one drive, and then the Frogs mysteriously stopped throwing his way for about a quarter.

46 - Rushing yards for Trevone Boykin and B.J. Catalon. The Frogs ran it a total of 36 times for 126 yards and a touchdown. Oklahoma State teed off on the zone read for most of the day, making things difficult for TCU on the ground.