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.