He couldn’t find a better subject than revisiting TCU football’s 2015 season that ended in the most unlikely fashion — with backup quarterback Bram Kohlhausen orchestrating a 31-point comeback victory over Oregon in the Alamo Bowl. The game itself became an instant classic. Kohlhausen went from being a little-known backup to a celebrity, just a couple days after then-TCU star quarterback Trevone Boykin saw his terrific college career end in abrupt fashion by getting into a bar fight and a couple months after Kohlhausen’s father Bill died after a bout with cancer. And TCU continued its run of national prominence under Gary Patterson. "Writing the book appealed to me not only because of the extraordinary game, but Bram’s story," said Reeves, a former Star-Telegram columnist and writer who covered the local sports scene for more than four decades. "You’re left wondering what might’ve been if Bram didn’t squander some other opportunities away." TVU Networks delivers their remote video solution for the first-ever remotely produced 2023 Rugby World Cup Live Draw with 11 coaches in remote locations.