GEORGIA HONORS BOWL HISTORY SPECIAL THANKS 58th AutoZone Liberty Bowl | 129 WELCOME BOWL EVENTS TCU fourth. On third-and-12 in its own territory, Hill scrambled and fumbled, but he picked it up and darted around the field for a gain of 34 yards. A facemask penalty added 15 extra yards to put TCU in scoring position. Two plays later, Hill connected with Jaelan Austin for the touchdown to put the Horned Frogs within 23-21. Kansas had two good scoring chances in the fourth quarter, but went wide right and wide left on two field-goal opportunities. With under four minutes remaining, TCU pieced together a 59- yard drive to tack on a field goal to take the lead at 24-23. Kansas had 81 seconds to make something happen. Willis was sacked on back-to-back plays to put Kansas in a tough spot at third-and-23 on the Kansas 30-yard line. Willis avoided getting sacked for a third straight down and ran the ball out of bounds. On fourth down, Willis threw the ball to Sims, who lateraled it to Bobby Hartzog. Kansas had the first down and was in TCU territory. But Matthew Wyman missed a 54-yard field goal. Kyle Hicks carried the ball 18 times for 104 yards and one touchdown for TCU. Hill threw three interceptions. GAME 7: West Virginia 34, TCU 10 SOct. 22 | Morgantown, WV kyler Howard threw four touchdown passes and No. 12 West Virginia’s improving defense held TCU scoreless in the second half of a 34-10 win. West Virginia (6-0, 3-0 Big 12) is off to its best start since winning its first seven games in 2006. The Mountaineers scored touchdowns in the game’s first six minutes after two TCU turnovers Howard had first-half TD tosses of 10, 22 and 11 yards to three different receivers to stake West Virginia to a 21-10 halftime lead. Howard finished 16 of 23 passing for 231 yards. West Virginia used scoring drives of 11 and 15 plays in the third quarter to eat up most of the clock. The bright spot for the Horned Frogs was running back Kyle Hicks, who had 103 rushing yards on 15 carries. TCU (4-3, 2-2) had only five second-half possessions. Hill completed 18 of 31 passes for 148 yards. The Mountaineers’ defense, which has nine new starters this season, is fast becoming the staple of this team. In successive weeks the Mountaineers have held high-scoring Texas Tech and TCU to their lowest point totals of the season. TCU was saddled with its most lopsided loss since joining the conference, “The bottom line is you’re not going to win any ball games if you turn the ball over,” said TCU coach Gary Patterson. “And if you can’t move the ball, you don’t score.” KYLE HICKS HAD A TEAM-HIGH 103 YARDS RUSHING FOR HIS SECOND CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD GAME AND THIRD OF THE SEASON.
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