Oklahoma vs. TCU: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Oklahoma 24, TCU 17, Final
Oklahoma did everything it could to give this game away, but in the end it was the Sooners defense that prevailed.
Landry Jones passed for 244 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.
The difference for the Sooners was the play of running back Damien Williams, particularly in the second half. Williams rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown on only 18 carries on the day.
Two key Oklahoma turnovers along with a few big plays kept TCU in the game.
Quarterback Trevone Boykin had a few big plays to help pad his stats, but struggled for most of the day.
The Sooners will now become fans of Texas tonight as a win will give Oklahoma the Fiesta Bowl berth and outright Big 12 title.
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Here is a box score of the game, courtesy of ESPN.com.
Final Score: Oklahoma 24, TCU 17
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The pass in the end zone is incomplete and the Sooners will prevail in a hard-fought contest.
One kneel will end this one.
TCU has one final short with fourth down coming up at the 15-yard line. Need 13 to convert.
What does Gary Patterson have up his sleeve?
A holding penalty brings back the potential tying touchdown. How bad does that hurt?
TCU is inside the 15-yard line with 84 seconds to go. Are you kidding me?
OMG TCU...seriously?— Lisa Horne (@LisaHorne) December 1, 2012
Michael Hunnicutt misses a 42-yard field goal and TCU is still in it.
Needless to say, the wind had something to do with that one.
We are under three minutes to go and Oklahoma has a big third-and-13 coming up.
They are already in field goal range.
Will Stoops just play it safe?
Oklahoma is trying to run out some clock and it looks like they have just the man to do it.
Damian Williams is nas-tee.— Eddie Maisonet, III (@edthesportsfan) December 1, 2012
Todd McShay puts it perfectly.
Oklahoma finds ways to keep opponents in games, don't they?— Todd McShay (@McShay13) December 1, 2012
The Oklahoma defense has played as good as it has all season in this one.
With the exception of a long 80-yard touchdown pass by Boykin, the group has been on point.
Oklahoma 24, TCU 17
TCU capitalizes on another Oklahoma turnover and kicker Jaden Oberkrom makes up for a miss earlier, by hitting a 47-yard field-goal to make this a one possession game.
A muff on the punt by Oklahoma has given TCU the ball back with under nine minutes to go. This is a chance to get back in it.
Landry Jones continues to move up the quarterback rankings, but does he really have nothing to show for it like the Twitter world might be suggesting?
Matt Barkley & Landry Jones passed for 28,450 yards & 236 touchdowns over last 4 years. Never has so many yards, TDs amounted to so little.— Chris Huston (@HeismanPundit) December 1, 2012
Here is a link to the punch by Thompson late in the first half. Click the link see why Thompson should have been ejected.
A missed field goal by TCU and Oklahoma now has the ball looking to run some clock.
Trevone Boykin is showing why he was a running back before becoming a quarterback.
His 36-yard run has TCU inside the red zone as the third quarter comes to an end.
This is the third largest crowd in the history of this stadium as the attendance is announced at 47,501 in Forth Worth.
Oklahoma 24, TCU 14
Oklahoma capitalizes on the turnover and kicker Michael Hunnicutt boots a 34-yard field goal.
Kenny Stills finally has a catch and Oklahoma is in field-goal range.
Oklahoma recovers a fumble, but the refs blow it dead as the Sooners took the ball inside the TCU 15 yard-line.
After the play is reviewed the Sooners get the ball, but because of the whistle have to start back at the 40-yard line.
TCU with the ball back now and a chance to tie this one up.
Oklahoma kick return man Brennan Clay is slow to get up.
He is also the back up running back. Losing him would certainly be detrimental.
It looks like he might have landed on the ball, but still hard to tell.
This was not thought possible a few minutes ago.
This TCU vs. Oklahoma game getting really interesting— ✌I'm Thirst King™ (@iRealDuan) December 1, 2012
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