The Horned Frogs are now one of three one-loss teams in the Big 12 along with Oklahoma and West Virginia and sit behind Baylor, Oklahoma State and Kansas State in the conference standings, but TCU is in now way down for the count in 2014.
TCU passed for 346 yards and had 485 total yards. But when the Frogs needed some plays to respond to Baylor's three quick-strike touchdowns in the fourth quarter that made it 58-all, Baylor allowed only 53 yards on 18 plays in three drives, including a key fourth down stop at the Baylor 45 with 1:11 left in the fourth quarter.
If your head is still spinning from Baylor’s mind-boggling comeback against TCU, you’re joined by a large club that includes 46,803 fans at McLane Stadium and everyone who saw it on television.
All of last season, Oklahoma State allowed 14 sacks. Through six games this year, Cowboy quarterbacks have been sacked 16 times.
Mike Gundy’s words after Oklahoma State beat Kansas on Saturday should send chills through fans’ spines.
When ESPN commentator Ed Cunningham said the Gophers were the favorite out of the Big Ten West following Minnesota’s victory over Michigan, I smirked.
An entertaining match at Oklahoma ended in a 1-1 tie Sunday afternoon. TCU got a goal from Michelle Prokof in the 31st minute to tie the game and Vittoria Arnold made five saves to help the Horned Frogs to the tie.