The Big 12 title talk and No. 5 TCU’s playoff position won’t mean much if the Longhorns, playing their best football of the season, beat the Horned Frogs (9-1, 6-1 Big 12) on Thursday night.
The No. 5 Horned Frogs are a playoff contender in only their third year as part of a power conference, and Boykin is increasingly part of the Heisman Trophy conversation.
No. 6 TCU is without leading rusher B.J. Catalon for its game against No. 9 Kansas
TCU gets a 31-30 victory over No. 20 West Virginia on Saturday.
That record 82-point game is already in the past for No. 10 TCU. The Horned Frogs now have some road work to do Saturday, going to No. 20 West Virginia for the first of consecutive games that could have a significant impact on determining the Big 12 champion.
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Quarterback Trevone Boykin and his crew are playing like they’re sold on what offensive coordinators Doug Meacham and Sonny Cumbie brought in after Patterson decided it was time to try to keep up with the fast-paced Big 12 teams.
Baylor wipes out TCU lead in Saturday’s game and
Trevone Boykin remembers that good feeling after his first victory as TCU’s starting quarterback, and thinking then about the potential for the Horned Frogs.
On Monday, Stoops allowed that TCU ‘probably’ was the best team the Sooners have played so far this season.
TCU coach Gary Patterson addressed the quarterback question before it was even asked. He didn’t provide the answer of who will start.
The Frogs have won 32 of their last 36 games and are in the College World Series for the second time in five seasons. They play Big 12 foe Texas Tech on Sunday in Omaha.