College Sports

Breaking down TCU’s 42-9 victory over Oklahoma St.

First quarter highlight

B.J. Catalon’s 34-yard touchdown run put the Frogs ahead 7-0. They’ve been ahead at least 14-0 in every game this year.

Second quarter highlight

Catalon’s second touchdown run of the game came on a fourth-and-1 and covered 35 yards. It put TCU up 28-9 and gave him 96 yards on just six carries at that point.

Third quarter highlight

Deante’ Gray’s 22-yard touchdown catch to the corner of the end zone on the opening drive of the second half put away the few remaining doubts about the outcome.

Fourth quarter highlight

Derrick Kindred’s interception on a deep ball gave TCU it’s second interception of the game and 11th of the season.

Numbers game

8Consecutive games with a sack and an interception for TCU. In the six games this year, the totals are 21 sacks and 11 interceptions.

80First-quarter points for the Horned Frogs in six games this season.

6 Touchdowns allowed at home by TCU this season. Four came in one game, against Oklahoma.

Game balls

Trevone Boykin. The TCU quarterback threw for a career-high 410 yards and had a career-high 451 total yards.

Josh Doctson. His 77- and 84-yard touchdowns in the first quarter gave the Frogs breathing room early.

B.J. Catalon. He is becoming a dangerous part of this offense. Two more touchdown runs gives him eight for the season.

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