Kolby Listenbee caught two long passes, first for 44 yards to get TCU out from under its goal post, then for 37 yards to put up the first touchdown. Both throws hit him in stride.
Defensive end Josh Carraway proved to be a force. His quarterback hurry against Baker Mayfield set up a third down, eventually forcing Oklahoma to settle for a field goal.
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Aaron Green’s 26-yard dash put life into the Horned Frogs’ comeback hopes, cutting the lead to 23-13.
KaVontae Turpin’s 86-yard catch-and-run off a throw from Bram Kohlhausen cut the lead to 30-20. It was Turpin’s seventh touchdown catch of the season, second most on the team.
RB Aaron Green. Led the Horned Frogs in rushing with 126 yards and scored a touchdown as TCU tried to keep the load off the shoulders of the backup quarterbacks.
KaVontae Turpin. Caught one pass, but it was big — an 86-yard catch and run that produced points quickly and swung the door open for a comeback.
QB Bram Kohlhausen. Entered the game in the third quarter and got the Horned Frogs back in the game. Led two touchdown drives and a field-goal drive.
28 Consecutive games with a sack for TCU, extending the school record set last week.
TCU 23, Minnesota 17
TCU 70, S.F. Austin 7
TCU 56, SMU 37
TCU 55, Texas Tech 52
TCU 50, Texas 7
TCU 52, Kansas State 45
TCU 45, Iowa State 21
TCU 40, West Virginia 10
Oklahoma State 49, TCU 29
TCU 23, Kansas 17
Oklahoma 30, TCU 29