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Max Duggan is the first TCU QB since 2015 to accrue 100 yards on the ground

The true freshman did something that hadn’t happened for the Horned Frogs since 2015.

NCAA Football: Texas Christian at Kansas State Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

Max Duggan did something Saturday that a TCU quarterback hadn’t done in four years - rush for over 100 yards.

The true freshman crossed the century mark in the third quarter thanks for a 46 yard touchdown run that featured a little bit of everything. Just watch this thing of beauty:

:04 - makes a defensive lineman whiff

:06 - splits a pair of would-be tacklers

:07 - absorbs a big hit and stays standing

:09 - delivers a vicious stiff-arm that send a defender stumbling for a good while

:13 - dives for the pylon and a TCU touchdown

Duggan currently leads the Frogs’ rushing attack with 116 yards on the ground (against just 60 through the air) as the Horned Frogs look to break a 17-all tie with the Wildcats in the fourth quarter. His 100+ yard rushing game from the quarterback position is the first such accomplishment for a TCU passer since 2015, when Trevone Boykin had 124 yards - also against Kansas State in Manhattan.