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How to Watch: TCU Football vs Baylor

The Bears bring a ten game winning streak into Fort Worth Saturday.

TCU Football at Baylor | November 17, 2018 | McLane Stadium | Waco, TX
TCU Football at Baylor | November 17, 2018 | McLane Stadium | Waco, TX
Melissa Triebwasser

The last team to beat the Baylor Bears was TCU, nearly a full year ago. Since then, the Bears have run off ten straight wins and put themselves in the driver’s seat for a Big 12 title.

But before they make their plans for Arlington, they will need to come to Fort Worth and face a Horned Frogs team that is being held together with duct tape, bandaids, and the confidence born of four straight wins over their most bitter rival.

We don’t know who will play quarterback, we do know that the Frogs will be without Innis Gaines, and we are quite sure this will be a fun one.

Here’s how to watch the next edition of The Revivalry.


Date: Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019

Time: 11 a.m.

Location: Fort Worth, Texas

Venue: Amon G. Carter Stadium (46,000)

Series Record: TCU leads 55-52-7

Last Meeting: TCU won 16-9 (2018)


Talent: Brian Custer, Robert Smith

Radio: WBAP 820 AM, Sirius 113, XM 200, KTCU 88.7 FM

Talent: Brian Estridge, John Denton, Landry Burdine

Spanish Radio: KFZO 99.1 FM

Talent: Miguel Cruz, Elvis Gallegos


- TCU plays just its second home game in an eight-week stretch when it hosts No. 11 Baylor on Saturday at 11 a.m.

- The Horned Frogs’ four straight victories over the Bears represent their longest winning streak in the series since a run of eight straight from 1964-71.

- TCU head coach Gary Patterson is 8-3 as a head coach versus Baylor, including a 5-2 mark since TCU joined the Big 12 in 2012.

- Patterson’s eight wins over Baylor have an average margin of 22.1 points, while the three losses are by a combined total of eight points (2.7 avg.).

- TCU is 42-16 in regular-season games following a loss under Gary Patterson.

- TCU is 89-22 in home games under Patterson.

- Three of the Horned Frogs’ four losses this season have been by seven points or less.


- Last year’s 16-9 win in Waco gave TCU a 55-52-7 series lead over Baylor.

- With 114 games played, TCU has faced Baylor more than any opponent in its history.

- The Horned Frogs are 27-28-4 at home against the Bears and 28-24-1 on the road. TCU and Baylor are tied in both neutral-site meetings.

- The first game between TCU and Baylor was a scoreless tie in 1899.

- TCU is 8-3 against Baylor since the Southwest Conference dissolved after the 1995 season.


- Jalen Reagor scored both of TCU’s touchdowns in last year’s 16-9 win at Baylor.

- Reagor had a 65-yard catch and run for the Horned Frogs’ first touchdown, before he ran for a 37-yard touchdown on a 4th-and-1 reverse for the game’s go-ahead score with 2:02 left in the third quarter.


- After being founded in 1873 in Thorp Spring, Texas, as AddRan Male and Female College, TCU’s campus moved to Waco in 1895.

- The name was changed to AddRan Christian University in 1889 and Texas Christian University in 1902.


- Linebacker Garret Wallow ranks second in the Big 12 and tied for ninth nationally with 10.4 tackles per game. His team-best 83 stops are more than double the next-closest Horned Frog (Trevon Moehrig, 41). Wallow has 12.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks.

- Safety Trevon Moehrig’s four interceptions are the most by a Horned Frog since Nick Orr had four in 2016.

- Wide receiver Jalen Reagor’s 21 touchdown catches are one shy of tying Josh Boyce (22, 2010-12) for second on TCU’s career list. Reagor had seven receptions for 128 yards at Oklahoma State.

- Reagor is second in the FBS in punt return average (18.4 yards) while placing third in yards with 239.

- Place-kicker Jonathan Song is 15-of-16 on the season and 32-of-36 in his career. He is 31-of-32 on attempts 40 yards and in.