Former TCU QB Bram Kohlhausen remembers 2015 3OT Alamo Bowl, talks life after football
I guess we know who Bram Kohlhausen is voting for in November.
The former TCU quarterback took to Instagram Tuesday, rocking a “Beto for Senate” shirt while at Austin City Limits Musical Festival (ACL).
“Basically a 3 day Beto rally,” Kohlhausen writes in the post.
Beto O’Rourke, a Democrat from El Paso locked in a hotly contested Texas Senate race with Republican incumbent Ted Cruz, reportedly raised more than $38.1 million for his campaign in the last three months.
Kohlhausen, who, as of December, was working as a real estate agent in Dallas, became a TCU legend after leading the Horned Frogs to a memorable comeback win over Oregon in the 2015 Alamo Bowl.
As a senior making his first and only start in a TCU uniform, the Frogs trailed 31-0 at halftime before Kohlhausen set three school bowl records in rallying them to a 47-41 triple-overtime victory that matched the bowl record for largest comeback.