Baylor vs. TCU: Score, Stats & Live Updates

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(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Final: TCU 28, Baylor 21 (2OT)

TCU had the first possession of the second overtime and Boykin found KaVontae Turpin for an eight-yard touchdown to take a 28-21 lead. Baylor had a chance to extend the game but Chafin was stopped on 4th-and-1 and the Horned Frogs move to 10-2 on the season with the Big 12 Conference win. The Bears fall to 9-2. Chris Johnson finished 7-for-24 for 62 yards as the Baylor starting quarterback for the first time. Trevone Boykin would finish 18-for-33 for 148 yards. Devin Chafin would finish with 119 yards rushing on 26 carries with two touchdowns. It makes the Oklahoma-Oklahoma State game on Saturday night now be for the conference title.

First Overtime: Baylor scores on a four-yard touchdown pass from Johnson to Chafin to make it a 21-14 game. TCU gets a touchdown from Boykin on an one-yard quarterback sneak on their possession and the extra point is made. On to a second overtime tied at 21.

End of 4th Quarter: This game is going to overtime all tied up at 14 apiece. Devin Chafin has 111 yards rushing on 22 carries for Baylor while Aaron Green has 68 yards rushing on 16 carries. It has been a nightmare passing on a night where the rain has poured down most of the game. Chris Johnson is 6-for-23 for 58 yards for the Bears while Trevone Boykin is 15-for-30 for 128 yards for the Horned Frogs.

4th Quarter- 2:10 left: Perry’s next punt pins Baylor to their own 1-yard line. With the turnovers in this game, who knows how this will turn out.

4th Quarter- 4:57 left: As soon as Baylor gets it on the fumble, they fumble themselves. Turnovers galore on a rainy night.

4th Quarter- 5:04 left: A turning point as TCU punter Ethan Perry’s kick goes just eight yards after fumbling and being tackled as he kicked it. Baylor ball at their own 47.

4th Quarter- 7:09 left: Another punt during this scoreless second half.

4th Quarter- 11:35 left: Baylor gets the ball back and goes for it on 4th-and-1 and converts again.

4th Quarter- 14:06 left: Baylor fumbles deep in TCU territory to end their chance to break the deadlock. Horned Frogs ball trying to take advantage now.

End of 3rd Quarter: A 15 minutes that neither team would like to remember as the score remains deadlocked at 14 apiece. Chris Johnson is 6-for-21 passing for just 58 yards while Trevone Boykin is 11-for-23 for 117 yards. Devin Chafin has 44 yards and two touchdowns on the ground for Baylor while Aaron Green has 65 yards rushing for TCU. Baylor will begin the final 15 minutes on the Horned Frogs’ 23-yard line.

3rd Quarter- 1:00 left: There have been a total of three first downs in the quarter so far but Baylor gets great field position on a deflected punt.

3rd Quarter- 4:40 left: The rain continues to fall and the two teams can’t get any consistent offense going.

3rd Quarter- 8:47 left: Weather continues to wreck havoc on this game as the teams continue trading punts in this third quarter of play.

3rd Quarter- 11:02 left: TCU punts again but this time pins Baylor back to their own 3-yard line. Should make for an interesting next drive.

3rd Quarter- 13:45 left: First possession of the second half goes nowhere for TCU and they are forced to punt.

Halftime: Baylor 14, TCU 14

A sloppy first half in the rain leads to a tie game after 30 minutes of play. Trevone Boykin is 7-for-15 passing for 97 yards, a touchdown and an interception but has also fumbled. Aaron Green is leading the Horned Frogs on the ground with 35 yards rushing on nine carries. Chris Johnson is 6-for-13 for 58 yards and an interception passing for Baylor while Johnny Jefferson has 66 yards on the ground over his six carries.

2nd Quarter- 4:51 left: Turnovers continue as Boykin fumbles for TCU and it is recovered by Baylor’s Taylor Young.

2nd Quarter- 6:42 left: Baylor’s defense continues to step up and has slowed the TCU offense to a crawl.

2nd Quarter- TCU 14, Baylor 14: A key turnover by the Bears as TCU’s Josh Carraway picks up a fumble and goes 55 yards and with 12:55 left in the first half, the game is tied again.

End of 1st Quarter: Just as it appears Baylor would have a chance to gain a bigger lead, TCU gets an interception of their own by Nick Orr as the quarter comes to an end. Johnny Jefferson has 58 rushing yards on three carries for Baylor while Trevone Boykin is 5-for-10 for 84 yards, a touchdown and an interception for the Horned Frogs.

1st Quarter- :51 left: Boykin gets picked off into the 10-yard line as TCU tried to tie the game but it will be Baylor ball now on the Xavien Howard interception.

1st Quarter- 1:48 left: The defenses for both sides have come out to play as the rain increases in intensity with punts galore now late in the quarter as Baylor fumbles the latest one giving TCU great field position.

1st Quarter- 5:03 left: A wild first quarter continues with a TCU touchdown called incomplete after a review and the Horned Frogs not converting a fourth down, giving the ball back to Baylor.

1st Quarter- Baylor 14, TCU 7: Chafin scores his second touchdown of the game on a five-yard run with 7:28 left as neither team can be stopped. This latest Bears score comes from a possession led by Johnny Jefferson in the running game including a 44-yard run.

1st Quarter- Baylor 7, TCU 7: TCU ties the game up quickly on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Trevone Boykin to Jarrison Stewart with 8:55 left in the opening quarter. A scoreboard operator’s nightmare is starting….

1st Quarter- Baylor 7, TCU 0: The Horned Frogs had an interception in the end zone called back by a penalty before Baylor gets on the board with a one-yard touchdown run from Devin Chafin on 4th-and-goal with 10:40 left in the quarter.

1st Quarter- 13:55 left: Baylor goes on 4th-and-1 and gets the first down on a key early play.

Pregame

A cold, rainy night in Fort Worth as the Baylor Bears play the TCU Horned Frogs. Baylor needs two wins and a Oklahoma State win on Saturday night to clinch the Big 12 Conference title. TCU would love to ruin Baylor’s hopes after losing last year to the Bears. There was a 50-minute lightning delay before opening kickoff.

 

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