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After scraping by Minnesota for a six-point win in the season opener, TCU kicked off its home schedule with a dominating performance on both sides of the ball against FCS foe Stephen F. Austin.
The Frogs currently sit at No. 2, behind Ohio State and ahead of USC and Ole Miss.
TCU put to rest doubts about its offensive efficiency by scoring 70 points and averaging 4.2 points per drive against Stephen F. Austin. Although that offensive output came against an FCS opponent, the Horned Frogs addressed their weakness from Week 1, while Baylor continued to struggle defensively. FPI projects TCU has the best chance to win the Big 12 and the second-best chance among Power 5 schools to finish the season as a conference champion with fewer than two losses.
TCU stays at No. 1. Baylor is No. 2, and Oklahoma jumps to No. 3.
The Horned Frogs obliterated Stephen F. Austin 70-7 but lost another key defender in safety Kenny Iloka, who left with an apparent knee injury. TCU was already without linebackers Mike Freeze and Sammy Douglas, defensive end James McFarland and defensive tackle Davion Pierson. After a sluggish opener, quarterback Trevone Boykin and the offense looked great Saturday. But can the TCU defense survive this much attrition?
TCU sits atop the Texas rankings.
TCU's first game of the season wasn't the effort coaches and fans were hoping for. The home opener was a bit more like it. The result was never in doubt as the Horned Frogs dominated FCS school Stephen F. Austin for the full 60 minutes. Trevone Boykin got back in sync with a few of his big-name receivers, throwing four touchdowns with 285 yards. While the defense put on an impressive showing against lesser competition, the Frogs lost another starter on that side of the ball with an injury to safety Kenny Iloka. TCU needs to get and stay healthy as Big 12 play slowly approaches, but it will have another shot to get things right with the group it currently has when SMU comes to town this week. -- Ryan Gerbosi