In response to the TCU fast start, Texas managed to quickly march down the field. However, a false start and a sack in TCU territory pushed the Longhorns back, forcing them to take (and make) a Cameron Dicker field goal. TCU 7 - Texas 3
Wow. What a turn of events. TCU had made a major stop on the Texas offense on third-and-short. However, after review, the officials determined that TCU CB TJ Carter targeted Texas WR Jordan Whittington. Due to targeting, TJ Carter has been ejected and Texas was given the first down after the 15 yard penalty.
D'Shawn Jamison returns the TCU kickoff to the Texas 45, setting Casey Thompson and Co. with some great field position. At the end of the first quarter, we have TCU 14 - Texas 13 in what will be a wild affair for the rest of the game.
TCU forces a Texas three-and-out. Then, another turnover for TCU as they muff the punt, giving the Longhorns an opportunity to score deep in TCU territory. However, a combination of drops and poor passes leads to Texas with their third field goal of day. Failure to capitalize on these turnovers and short field position could cost the Longhorns later in the game. Dicker makes the kick as Texas is up by 2. Texas 16- TCU 13
Longhorns defense comes up big in the red zone as they stop a surging TCU offense from getting into the end zone. The Horned Frogs settle for a field goal and knock it in. TCU 17 - Texas 16 in this back and forth battle.
We have seen a heavy dose of Bijan Robinson action today. He shows up once again as he powers through for a four yard run through the goal line. Robinson now has 100 yards rushing on the day and two touchdown scores to put Texas up by 6. Texas 23 - TCU 17.