The Frogs came out on top, and have clinched a share of the Big 12 regular season title, but Luken Baker went down hard in the process. Those in the stadium said the collision looked terrible.
But the Sooners rallied for two in the eighth and a 6-6 tie, scoring on a throwing error and a collision involving TCU first baseman Luken Baker. A TCU throw to first base resulted in the Sooners base runner and TCU first baseman Luken Baker colliding. Baker had to leave the game.
A win today clinches the title outright.
With a 9-6 Friday-night win over Oklahoma in Norman, TCU is sitting at 16-6 in Big 12 play with two games remaining, guaranteeing the Horned Frogs at least a share of the crown. TCU can clinch the title outright with another win over the Sooners, allowing the team to finish with no more than seven losses in conference play and at least one game ahead of Texas Tech, which currently sits with a 13-8 record with three games to play next weekend.
Despite only competing in the long jump for a few years, Reagor seems to be a natural. He won with a jump of 24 feet and 5 inches. Reagor also holds the nations’ longest long jump of the year, with a 26-foot jump at the area meet. He’ll compete again with another TCU signee, Kennedy Snell, in the 4x100 and 4x200.
His weekend is not done on the track. He also will run in the 4×100 relay and the 200.
Among those congratulating him was his father, Montae, who played nine seasons in the NFL.