TCU coach Gary Patterson said he did not receive negative feedback after the Horned Frogs scored 82 points Saturday, but he still wasn’t comfortable with it.
“It’s one of those games you can’t explain, but you know that you wish it wouldn’t have happened the way it did,” Patterson said in his weekly conference call with reporters. “A little bit of it had to do because of the flow of the first quarter, how it started so fast. It had a tendency to get to that point, one way or the other.”
TCU led 24-17 after the first quarter and had 37 points by halftime. But it was a 31-point third quarter, which featured four touchdown passes — including two long catch-and-run plays by Deante’ Gray and Ty Slanina — that elevated the score.
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