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Watch: Controversy surrounds TCU-Oklahoma ending | 247 Sports

Jalen Hurts was clearly short of the line to gain.

After further review however, video evident proved inclusive and officials gave Hurts forward progress and the first down, icing the game. TCU coach Gary Patterson was not happy on the sideline and immediately began barking at the crew working the matchup in Norman.

Gary Patterson rips officials for ‘poor decision’ on late call in TCU-Oklahoma game | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Garret Wallow thought the Frogs stopped Hurts.

“Yeah I think we did (have them stopped),” Wallow said. “But the game should have never come down to that. It comes down to playing better. Like, in the first quarter we came out slow, and that’s what hurt us. In the second half we came out playing well. Nothing we can do about the call. That’s just football.”

Men’s Basketball

Clemson completes fierce comeback, defeats TCU 62-60 in overtime | Dallas Morning News

TCU wins by 30 on Sunday night if Tevin Mack isn’t on the court.

Tevin Mack scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Clemson to a remarkable 62-60 come-from-behind victory over TCU in overtime on Sunday night in the heavyweight division of the MGM Resorts Main Event.

TCU’s Desmond Bane takes blame for late collapse against Clemson but it was a team effort | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Bane missed two free throws with 4.7 seconds left and the game tied at 52. He was perfect from the line on the season prior to the game, but missed three free throws on Sunday night.

TCU guard Desmond Bane scored 17 points Sunday night but missed two crucial free throws late in regulation before the Horned Frogs lost to Clemson 62-60 in overtime in Las Vegas.