FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — TCU quarterback Max Duggan threw a go-ahead, 71-yard touchdown pass midway through the fourth quarter and ran for two more scores as the Horned Frogs held off No. 19 Oklahoma State 29-22 on Saturday.

Duggan threw for 265 yards and ran for 104 to lead the Horned Frogs (5-4, 5-4 Big 12).

Derius Davis caught the long TD pass in stride near the 25 with 7:56 left to give the Horned Frogs the lead. They stayed in front when Trevon Moehrig made a one-handed interception of a deflected pass in the end zone, and TCU had a fourth-down stop with 2:18 left after its own turnover.

Oklahoma State (6-3, 5-3), with a makeup game remaining at Baylor, wasn’t necessarily eliminated from making the Big 12 championship game in two weeks, but would need a lot of help to get there.

The Cowboys were trying to respond with a tying touchdown when Spencer Sanders’ high pass deflected off the hands of 6-foot-7 Jelani Woods, and was grabbed by Moehrig in the back of the end zone.

Duggan then fumbled when Amen Ogbongbemiga stripped the ball from him at the TCU 26. But Sanders was under extreme pressure and threw an incompletion on fourth down.

Oklahoma State still had another shot after TCU failed to get a first down to run out the clock, but Sanders’ desperation pass on the final play of the game fell incomplete in a crowd near the goal line.

Tylan Wallace, the Oklahoma State senior playing in his hometown, had a 55-yard TD catch at the end of the third quarter to put the Cowboys up 22-21. He finished with seven catches for 92 yards.

Sanders finished 16-of-31 passing for 248 yards.

Duggan was only 12-of-26 passing, but the Frogs still had two 100-yard receivers. Davis finished with six catches for 139 yards while Quentin Johnson had three catches for 114 yards.

After a 1-yard TD keeper in the first half, Duggan got his second rushing score when he faked a handoff and went 42-yards on a fourth-and-1 play, shedding a defender near the 25 on the opening drove of the second half.

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