Jonathan Song’s fourth field goal, a 20-yarder with 5:38 to play, gave TCU a 33-31 seesaw win over Texas Tech on Saturday in a battle of Big 12 teams fighting to earn bowl eligibility.
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- Source: TCU QB Duggan (finger) expected to play
- Former TCU starting QB Delton leaves program
- Big 12 fines K-State, TCU after fans storm field
- TCU to start K-State grad transfer Delton at QB
Two SEC offenses and two Big 12 defenses were on display Saturday, Illinois somehow rallied and P.J. Fleck proved his value.
Denzel Mims made a leaping 4-yard touchdown catch in the third overtime for Baylor, capping another comeback win for the No. 11 Bears and keeping them undefeated with a 29-23 victory over TCU on Saturday.
TCU quarterback Max Duggan is expected to play Saturday against Baylor after injuring a finger on his throwing hand, a source tells ESPN.
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Fifth-year graduate transfer and former starting quarterback Alex Delton has left TCU's team.
While the top three were idle, those waiting in the wings for the College Football Playoff tried to make their cases.
Chuba Hubbard ran for 223 yards and two long touchdowns to help Oklahoma State defeat TCU 34-27 on Saturday.
Kansas State and TCU were fined $25,000 and issued public reprimands by the Big 12 for how they handled fans storming the field to celebrate home wins over ranked teams. Kansas also received a reprimand but was not fined.
Freshman Max Duggan threw two touchdown passes, including a tiebreaking 44-yarder to Jalen Reagor the first play after one of Sam Ehlinger's career-high four interceptions, and TCU beat No. 15 Texas 37-27 on Saturday.