Sophomore running back Sewo Olonilua scored two touchdowns, Kyle Hicks and Darius Anderson each scored one, and the defense collected three sacks in a dominating performance Saturday for a 28-7 victory at Arkansas that sent the Horned Frogs to a 2-0 start.
The Frogs held Arkansas to 267 yards before an announced attendance of 73,368 on its home field, one week after giving up only 65 yards in the season opener.
The defensive performance helped make up for two turnovers by the TCU offense, including one on a bad snap on first-and-goal at the 3-yard line in the third quarter with a chance to add to a 14-7 lead.
Kenny Hill completed 21 of 31 passes for 166 yards. He was not sacked, was intercepted once and converted three first downs by running. The Frogs were 10-for-14 on third down.
Anderson ran for 106 yards, including a 14-yard score to put TCU up two scores in the fourth quarter.
After a turnover on the ensuing kickoff, Olonilua ran in from 13 yards for a 28-7 lead with 2:04 left.
Arkansas missed field goals from 23 and 20 yards, with the score 7-7 and 14-7.
TCU scored first, taking advantage of a short field on its opening possession to lead 7-0. Olonilua scored out of a Wildcat formation on third down after Hill had to leave the game because his helmet came off on a run to the 1.
Arkansas tied the game with a 49-yard catch and run by Jonathan Nance.
Hicks' 4-yard run in the second quarter gave the Horned Frogs a 14-7 lead, finishing an 80-yard drive in which the Frogs overcame a dropped pass, a block in the back and a fumble. The possession began with eight consecutive running plays.
TCU gave up 10 yards to Arkansas in the second quarter.