Oklahoma   TCU
Oklahoma
 
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
F
 (11) Oklahoma Sooners
7
7
10
0
24
 TCU Horned Frogs
0
7
7
3
17
TCU
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 Quick Stats
OU
TCU
 First Downs
22
11
 Rushing Yards
177
119
 Passing Yards
244
231
 Total Yards
421
350
 Total Plays
72
62
 Fumbles-Lost
1-1
1-1
 Penalties-Yards
2-25
6-55
 Interceptions-Yards
0-0
1-42
 3rd Down Conversions
7-16
3-15
 4th Down Conversions
0-0
0-1
 Sacks By-Yards
2-13
0-0
 Field Goals
1-2
1-2
 Time of Possession
29:31
30:29

 Stat Leaders
 Passing
C-Att
Yds
TD
Int
 OU - Jones
22-40
244
2
1
 TCU - Boykin
17-31
231
1
80
 Rushing
Car
Yds
TD
Long
 OU - Williams
18
115
1
66
 TCU - Catalon
11
51
0
9
 Receiving
Rec
Yds
TD
Long
 OU - Saunders
7
108
1
24
 TCU - Boyce
5
44
0
15

 Notable
 
Head Coach Bob Stoops
OU sits 10-2 on the season and finished 8-1 in the Big 12. It's the 11th 10-win season under Bob Stoops, and it extends the Sooners' FBS record to 34 10-win seasons in school history. It's also the eighth Big 12 title for the Sooners and Stoops.

 
Junior Safety Tony Jefferson
Jefferson finished with a team-high eight tackles, pushing his season total to 113. That's the second-most tackles by an OU defensive back in school history and is seven off the record of 120 held by Rodney Rideau set in 1999.

 
Junior WR Jalen Saunders
Saunders recorded the ninth 100-yard receiving game of his career and his fourth this season as he finished with 108 yards and one touchdown on seven receptions.

 
Junior RB Damien Williams
Williams finished with 115 rushing yards on the day, the fourth 100-yard game of his career. Williams scored on a 66-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. He's had four TD runs of 65+ yards this year: 65 vs. UTEP (9/1), 89 vs. Florida A&M (9/8), 95 vs. Texas (10/13) and 66 vs. TCU (12/1).

 
Senior DE R.J. Washington
R.J. Washington's forced fumble in the third quarter was the first of his career. He also recorded his first solo sack of the season on the play.
 
FORT WORTH (AP) -- Landry Jones threw for 244 yards and two touchdowns, Damien Williams ran untouched 66 yards for a score and Oklahoma (No. 11 BCS, No. 12 AP) held on to win 24-17 at TCU on Saturday. TCU's fourth-down pass to the goal-line in the final minute was well-defended and fell incomplete.
 
 
With the win, the Sooners clinched at least a share of the Big 12 title. OU will win it outright if Texas beats Kansas State tonight in Manhattan. It marked the eighth Big 12 title for Oklahoma (2012, 2010, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2000) and 44th conference title in program history.
 
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Oklahoma also notched its 34th 10-win season in program history, the most in the nation. Coach Stoops has now added 11 double-digit win seasons in his 14 years in Norman.
 
The Sooners (10-2, 8-1 Big 12) won their eighth consecutive Big 12 game since a late-September loss to Kansas State, which played it regular-season finale at home Saturday night against No. 23 Texas. Oklahoma would have the outright title and guaranteed BCS spot if the seventh-ranked Wildcats lose.
 
The Sooners, whose only other loss was to No. 1 Notre Dame, are in good shape for the final at-large BCS berth if K-State wins. Kent State's double-overtime loss to Northern Illinois in the MAC championship game likely ended any chance for that league to get in the Bowl Championship Series.
 
TCU (7-5, 4-5), the two-time BCS buster in its first Big 12 season, lost all four of its conference games at home despite winning four on the road.
 
But the Frogs still had a chance when Oklahoma's Mike Hunnicutt missed a 42-yard field goal attempt for with just under than 3 minutes left.
 
Frogs freshman quarterback Trevone Boykin, who finished with 231 yards passing, completed three passes, including a 35-yarder to Cam White to get the Frogs to the Oklahoma 12. On third-and-10 from there, Boykin had a keeper that ended with him in the end zone but the play was called back because of a holding call -- an obvious penalty that cleared the way for the score.
 
After hitting Josh Boyce for 7 yards, the Frogs had fourth-and-13 from the 15 in the final minute when Boykin threw toward Boyce again. But he couldn't make the play between two defenders.
 
The Horned Frogs' four-game home losing streak is their longest since five in a row from November 1996 to November 1997. Before this year, they hadn't lost consecutive home games in the same season since 1998.
 
This is Oklahoma's eighth Big 12 title, all in even-numbered years since Bob Stoops became coach in 1999. The Sooners have been to eight BCS games in that span.
 
Just a minute into the second half, Williams took a handoff, shot through a gap on the left side of the line and sprinted undeterred to the end zone for a 21-7 lead.
 
Jones completed 22 of 40 passes after the first consecutive 500-yard passing games by a Sooners quarterback. Williams had his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season, with 18 carries for 115 yards.
 
After a 75-yard punt by Oklahoma punter Tress Way, the Frogs had their second one-play scoring drive of the game. Boykin threw a pass that Brandon Carter caught behind the Sooners secondary and raced 80 yards for a touchdown.
 
Boykin fumbled later in the third quarter when he was sacked from behind by R.J. Washington, a play that was initially ruled an incomplete pass until overturned on replay. That led to Hunnicut's 34-yard field goal.
 
Jaden Oberkrom kicked a 47-yard field goal for TCU with 7 minutes left, which came after the Frogs had lined up to go for it on fourth-and-4 from the 25 before a false start penalty.
 
Oberkrom was just wide right on a 32-yard attempt earlier in the fourth quarter, though the freshman kicker held his hands out in disbelief and replays showed the ball might have been inside the upright.
 
Oklahoma had a 14-7 lead at halftime after overcoming an interception by Jones that immediately led to a TCU touchdown, then a personal foul penalty that set up a third-and-23 play.
 
Sam Carter's interception and 42-yard return set TCU up at the 6. Boykin scored on a keeper the very next play for a 7-7 tie.
 
When the Sooners got the ball back, Jones quickly completed five consecutive passes to the TCU 22. He had completed a sixth in a row, but that play was nullified when officials said they were reviewing the previous play when Brown was ruled down by contact when the ball was from his hands and recovered by the Frogs.
 
Oklahoma kept the ball, and three plays later, Kenny Stills dropped a pass near the goal-line. It was at the end of that same play there was a personal foul penalty on 303-pound lineman Tyrus Thompson, who was on top of Stansly Maponga and twice punched the defensive end's helmet.
 
On third-and-23 from the 24, Jones hit Jalen Saunders for a touchdown.