TCU posted a school-record 785 yards, quarterbackspread seven touchdowns amongst five receivers, both and cracked 100 yards, and TCU is so much better than Texas Tech in every way.
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin led the Horned Frogs in a dominant 82-27 win against Texas Tech on Saturday. His development as a signal caller is why TCU is in the mix for the Big 12 title, and it's why his name should be added to the list of players being considered for the Heisman Trophy.
At this point, it must be acknowledged: Boykin deserves to be on the first page of any list of Heisman contenders. After Saturday's seven-touchdown outburst against an outmanned Texas Tech defense, Boykin has 21 touchdowns to just three interceptions and 2,306 passing yards. He's calmed down his happy feet in the pocket and been more judicious about when to run and when to stay in the pocket.
TCU, a program founded on stingy defense, scored 82 points Saturday against Texas Tech. Eighty-two. TCU very much remains a playoff contender, even after its late collapse at Baylor.
The now-Heisman Trophy candidate threw for 433 yards to go along with all those touchdown passes and might have clinched everybody's vote as the nation's most improved player.
TCU made rival Texas Tech look like an FCS school Saturday, riding Trevone Boykin’s monster game while capitalizing on opponents’ mistakes to win 82-27.
There is no denying it. The TCU Horned Frogs are really, really good.
Trevone Boykin took issue with coach Gary Patterson saying he was among the TCU players who weren't ready to play Texas Tech.
TCU coach Gary Patterson must believe his team is on the verge of something special. He found fault with a record-setting performance Saturday in an 82-27 rout of Texas Tech at Amon Carter Stadium.
The head coach, as is his custom, didn't want to make a big deal about this.
About a month ago I planned a date night with my wife and my 3-year old niece was having her 4th birthday party that just happened to be at 2:00 pm yesterday. Both of these things meant that I was going to be away from the game for the most part, which is fine. I'm not a "real" reporter so personal life sometimes gets wrapped up in things.