TCU had to go on the road against Big 12 rival Baylor to stay undefeated and retain its No. 4 position in the college football playoff standings.
Which he did, in the most dramatic way possible.
TCU held on against Baylor with a 29-28 victory, won only at the very last second as the team’s field unit raced down the field as seconds ticked away to secure the win.
TCU came back to win after Baylor appeared to have taken control of the game, scoring 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter, taking an eight-point lead and racking up more than 500 total yards in the game.
TCU missed an extra-run attempt in the third quarter and gave up a potential two-run conversion after scoring a touchdown with 2:07 left in regulation.
With the win, TCU now has eight wins against teams that are currently .500 or better. Georgia has five, Ohio State has six, and Tennessee has five.
TCU is 11-0 for the first time since 2010, when it finished the season as Rose Bowl champion with a perfect 13-0 record.
But the Horned Frogs will always have their detractors due to their slow performance on the road, but provided they continue to win and finish the season as undefeated conference champions, there is no argument to hold them. sidelined in the college football playoffs, due to the committee’s own. Criteria.
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