Highlights and Numbers: Oklahoma 30 TCU 29

TCU gave one of the gustiest efforts of 2015, taking the Sooners to the brink before falling 30-29. TCU found itself down to its 3rd string quarterback, Bram Kohlhausen, who led a furious comeback to bring the Frogs within one. TCU went for two and the win, only to have Steven Parker tip the ball away from a waiting Frog receiver.

TCU finishes up 2015 with Baylor at home. 

Blurbs and Notes:

“That was a huge play. On the sideline, it looked like he (Steven Parker) was up there, like he could have dunked it on a 12-foot rim. He was way up there. It was a great play by him.” Oklahoma Coach Bob Stoops

“First of, you’ve got to give Oklahoma credit. They found a way to stop us at the end. People always ask, ‘why do you go for two?’ Our rule
has always been to go get the win on the road. To be honest, if he (OU Safety Steven Parker) doesn’t knock it down, there’s a guy open in the back of the end zone to catch it.” TCU Head Coach Gary Patterson

  • All four Big 12 meetings between TCU and Oklahoma have been decided by seven points or less.
  • Aaron Green is the first Horned Frog to top 1,000 yards since Ed Wesley ran for 1,078 in 2010.
  • The Sooners finished with 536 yards of total offense, the sixth consecutive game they recorded at least 500 yards.
TCU Oklahoma
Explosive Plays 5 8
Offensive Plays 65 96
Turnovers 4 1
Red Zone TDs/Chances 1/1 0/3
Def. Pts. Per Poss. 1.67 1.53
Sacks 4/18 2/5
Time of Possession 23:23 36:37
Penalties/Yards 2/19 8/90
RUSHING No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg.
Semaje Perine 26 189 1 188 1 72 7.2

Solo Ast Total Sacks-Yds TFL-Yds
Josh Carraway 6 2 8 2.5-14 3.5-15
Posted on November 24, 2015 and filed under Southwest Round-Up.