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2019 Schedule
3-2, 5th in Big 12
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College football conference power rankings

Ohio State is looking more and more like a College Football Playoff team. Can any Big Ten competitors give the Buckeyes a run for their money?

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Purdy, Cyclones overwhelm TCU 49-24

Brock Purdy threw for 247 yards and a pair of TDs and Iowa State overwhelmed TCU 49-24 on Saturday for its first Big 12 win of the season.

Reagor snags TD catch over defender (0:37)
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Purdy calls his own number on 10-yard score (0:37)
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Purdy finds a wide-open Kolar for Cyclones TD (0:35)
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Cyclones' defense come up big with strip sack, TD (0:45)
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Purdy's runs for 44 yards, throws a TD pass on next play (1:20)
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LaDainian Tomlinson's TCU backup had a short football career (0:59)
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Duggan leads TCU to easy win over Kansas 51-14

Freshman Max Duggan led touchdown drives on all three of his first-half possessions as TCU scored on every first-half possessions on Saturday and was never threatened in a 51-14 victory over Kansas to open Big 12 play.

Anderson scores TD after 77-yard return (0:36)
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32dESPN

College football conference power rankings

With starting QB Feleipe Franks out, can Kyle Trask and Florida give Georgia a run for its money? We rank every team in every Power 5 conference.

TCU's Anderson bursts through for TD (0:24)
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College football conference power rankings

LSU makes its move in the SEC, while Ohio State solidifies its spot atop the Big Ten, as we rank every team in every Power 5 conference.

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Big second half helps TCU beat Arkansas-Pine Bluff 39-7

Jalen Reagor, TCU's leading receiver last season, dropped three passes and muffed a punt return before making amends late in the third quarter to help the Horned Frogs pull away from Arkansas-Pine Bluff 39-7 on Saturday night in the season opener for...

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Team Stats

Passing Yards214.887th
Rushing Yards241.813th
Points For37.225th
Points Against24.8