Jalen Reagor is one of the all-time great TCU receivers, and he’s proving it again tonight.
Reagor hauled in 6 catches for 30 yards and a touchdown in the first half, giving TCU a 7-3 lead and helping him reach 1,000 yards receiving on the season. He’s the third player in TCU history to reach the mark, joining Josh Doctson and Reggie Harrell. His third reception of the night also gave him 100 receptions for his career.
Here’s the touchdown.
The 17th receiving touchdown of Reagor’s career ties him with Cory Rogers and Mike Renfro for third on TCU’s career list! He’s chasing Josh Boyce’s 22 and Josh Doctson’s 29! pic.twitter.com/fOwgI4pq46— TCU Football (@TCUFootball) November 25, 2018
Reagor’s touchdown was his ninth of the season, and he’s now had a receiving touchdown in seven straight games for the Frogs. Not to mention, it was his 17th touchdown of his young career, matching Cory Rodgers and Mike Renfro for third all-time in TCU history.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the ball, TCU’s defense has been showing out. After a TCU turnover on the opening drive of the game gave Oklahoma State the ball at the TCU 19, the defense forced them back 13 yards before Matt Amendola kicked a 39-yard field goal.
For the half, Oklahoma State has just 61 yards of offense, and they’re just 2-9 on third downs.
TCU is looking to get bowl eligible for the 18th time in Gary Patterson’s 20 seasons as head coach.