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12/29/17 - Big deficits do not bother TCU in the Valero Alamo Bowl. Two years after monumental comeback on the same stage, the No. 15 Horned Frogs rallied out of an 18-point hole behind Kenny Hill and a host of big plays to beat No. 13 Stanford 39-37 Thursday night. Cole Bunce drilled a 33-yard field goal with 3:07 left to put TCU over the top in the Alamodome. The Horned Frogs (11-3) were down 31-0 to Oregon in the Alamo Bowl on Jan. 2, 2016, before pulling off a stunning 47-41 win in triple overtime. While this comeback wasn't as impressive, TCU appeared to be in serious trouble after falling behind 21-3 in the first half. Hill proved to be the catalyst, accounting for four touchdowns and 401 yards of offense.
The senior quarterback completed 27 of 40 passes for 314 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. He also rushed for 60 yards and another score, and he caught a 27-yard touchdown pass. TCU's rally was enough to overcome a valiant night from Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello and receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside, who hooked up for three touchdowns, and Heisman Trophy runner-up Bryce Love, who rushed for 145 yards and two scores. Love did sustain a lacerated finger and was lost down the stretch. - The Sports Xchange
11/24/17 - Kenny Hill accounted for four touchdowns and No. 12 TCU locked up a berth in the Big 12 Championship Game by outlasting Baylor 45-22 Friday at Amon G. Carter Stadium. The Horned Frogs (10-2, 7-2) set up a rematch with No. 4 Oklahoma on Dec. 2 at AT&T Stadium in nearby Arlington. The Sooners beat TCU 38-20 on Nov. 11. The Frogs are likely out of the running for a spot in the College Football Playoffs, even if they beat Oklahoma, but a win next week would give TCU its first outright Big 12 title since joining the conference in 2012. Hill, the senior quarterback back after missing one game with concussion-like systems, completed 26 of 36 passes for 325 yards and three touchdowns. He added another score rushing.
The Frogs found themselves down 9-0 in the first two minutes of the game to a longtime rival in the midst of a miserable season. TCU would run off 21 unanswered points and never relinquished the lead the rest of the way.
There were some anxious moments as the Bears (1-11, 1-8) hung around, as they've done often during coach Matt Rhule's first year, before fading down the stretch. True freshman quarterback Charlie Brewer did his best to keep Baylor close by throwing for 301 yards and two touchdowns, and running for another 49 yards. Brewer took a hard hit late in the third quarter and was replaced by Zach Smith. - The Sports Xchange
11/18/17 - No. 12 TCU turned to its defense and the Horned Frogs virtually silenced Texas Tech on the way to a 27-3 victory on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas. TCU held the Red Raiders to 327 yards of offense and zero points for the final 51 minutes of the contest. The Horned Frogs, who were without injured starting quarterback Kenny Hill and leading rusher Darius Anderson, did enough on offense behind freshman Shawn Robinson, who made his first collegiate start. Robinson found wide receiver Jalen Reagor wide open for a 12-yard touchdown that gave TCU (9-2, 6-2 Big 12) a 14-point lead late in the third quarter. Robinson passed for 85 yards and rushed for 84 in his starting debut.
When the Horned Frogs freshman QB made his biggest mistake, fumbling inside his own 20, the TCU defense erased the miscue. Horned Frogs cornerback Jeff Gladney knocked a pass away from Texas Tech wide receiver Dylan Cantrell in the end zone and TCU stuffed two rushing plays. Red Raiders kicker Clayton Hatfield then missed a 20-yard field goal. Early in the fourth quarter, TCU recovered a fumble by Texas Tech quarterback Nic Shimonek at the Horned Frogs' 14, stopping the Red Raiders' late bid to climb back into the game. Gladney put an exclamation point on the win as he took the ball away from Cantrell and returned the interception 93 yards for a touchdown with 4:39 left in the fourth quarter. The Horned Frogs frustrated Shimonek all day as he completed 17 of 33 passes for 137 yards with no touchdowns and an interception. - The Sports Xchange
11/17/17 - QB Kenny Hill is one of several starters for No. 12 TCU who will not be available for Saturday's game against Texas Tech, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Friday. The school did not release the nature of Hill's injury, but the Star-Telegram reported it is a concussion that was suffered in last Saturday's loss to Oklahoma.
10/21/17 - Quarterback Kenny Hill threw for five touchdowns and 278 yards Saturday night as No. 4 TCU cruised to a 43-0 Big 12 Conference shutout of overmatched Kansas at Amon Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. Hill, who completed 19 of 26 passes for the Horned Frogs (7-0, 4-0), helped turn the game into a blowout in the third quarter's first six minutes. He found Jalen Reagor and Tra Williams for scoring strikes of 15 and 26 yards, respectively. KaVontae Turpin capped the scoring with a 90-yard punt return at the 7:14 mark of the third, a play on which he gave ground to the 3-yard line, broke multiple tackles and then outraced the last possible tackler for the final 70 yards. The Jayhawks (1-6, 0-4) never came close to scoring in suffering their 44th straight road loss, dating back to 2009. They started the fourth quarter with minus-six yards of offense and needed a late surge to finish with 21 total yards. Kansas picked up four first downs for the night, two via penalty. The game was played with a mostly continuous running clock for the last 12 minutes in order to finish it before a cell of severe thunderstorms hit the area. The clock only stopped for TV timeouts, change of possession and penalties. It ran on incomplete passes. - The Sports Xchange