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TCU Horned Frogs Offense: 

In the first 3 weeks of the season, TCU’s offense looked good, but they had to face Oklahoma in week 5, who are coached by one of the best defensive minds in the country in Brent Venables, but that did not matter as TCU came out of the gates swinging scoring 27 points in the first quarter, and 41 points in the first half. TCU’s quarterback, Max Duggan had no problem finding open receivers. Duggan had 302 yards, 3 touchdowns, while completing 23 out of 33 passing attempts. The TCU receivers massively help Max Duggan, getting open with ease. Max Duggan also looked very comfortable using his legs, having 116 rushing yards, 2 touchdowns, on 5 carries. TCU’s running back, Kendre Miller did a great job at finding the gap. Miller was also incredible when getting to the second level, breaking multiple tackles in the second level, which led to either big gains, or touchdowns. Miller finished the game with 136 yards and 2 touchdowns on 13 carries, with his longest rush being 69 yards. The TCU running game would not have looked this good with their incredible offensive line play, as their offensive line did a great job at creating gaps for the rusher.