TCU Horned Frogs: 5 Lessons for the Season From the Baylor Game

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TCU Horned Frogs: 5 Lessons for the Season From the Baylor Game
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So close and yet so far.

TCU roared back from a 24-point deficit on the road against rival Baylor to take the lead, only to see it all fall apart in the final minutes to lose by two, 50-48.

It was the first time TCU had allowed 50 points in a game since 2005, when BYU scored 50 (but TCU won that one on the road by a single point, also after a huge comeback).

Baylor QB Robert Griffin III showed why many consider him a dark horse Heisman Trophy candidate. He feasted on TCU's inexperienced secondary and got his revenge from last season's "fluke."

TCU coach Gary Patterson will be doing a lot of yelling at his team this week, but he should not be too hard on his team. There are a lot of good things (and a few bad ones) that this loss can teach us (and Patterson) about his team.

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