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Longhorns at Horned Frogs

DKR Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX.
Friday, November 25, 2016

Longhorns vs. Horned Frogs Football Game

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Recent Matchups

Saturday, October 3, 2015 at Amon Carter Stadium (Ft. Worth, TX) Horned Frogs 50, Longhorns 7The Horned Frogs embarrassed the Longhorns to end the season a year ago, and Texas came into the Texas-TCU game appearing to be moving in the right direction, and with much to prove. But TCU quickly put any hopes of victory out of the Longhorns mind, as Horned Frogs quarterback Trevone Boykin tossed 5 touchdown passes, and made easy work of the young Texas defense. The win pushed TCU to 5-0 on the season and gave the Horned Frogs two dominating performances against their in-state rival in just two years.

Thursday, November 27, 2014 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Horned Frogs 48, Longhorns 10 #5 TCU came into the Thanksgiving Day game against the Longhorns with much to prove after being ranked above conference foe Baylor despite losing to the Bears earlier in the season. The Horned Frogs lived up to the hype shutting down the Longhorns in a 48-10 route that left Texas with out a touchdown until early in the fourth quarter. TCU's defense showed up as advertised coming away from the game with six turnovers including four interceptions from Tyrone Swoops keeping their name in the College Football Playoff talk.

Saturday, October 26, 2013 at Amon Carter Stadium (Ft. Worth, TX) Longhorns 30, Horned Frogs 7 The Longhorns defense was vicious on Saturday night in north Texas, stifling the TCU offense all night as the Horns rolled their fifth win of the season. Malcolm Brown scored two touchdowns on the ground while Anthony Fera booted three field goals in the game to give Texas an insurmountable lead by midway through the 3rd quarter. TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was held to 13-of-34 passing for only 139 yards and an interception. TCU fell to 3-5 on the season after amounting only 246 total yards of offense and 12 first downs.

Thursday, November 22, 2012 at DKR Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Horned Frogs 20, Longhorns 13 The Longhorns were no match for the TCU defense, and Texas was easily handled by the Horned Frogs on their home turf on Thanksgiving night. The #16 Longhorns move to 8-3 on the season while TCU goes up to 7-4. David Ash had a bad night under center, throwing two INTs and only completing 10-of-21 passes. Case McCoy was better in relief of Ash, but also threw a big INT late in the game during UT’s only chance of a comeback. TCU only ran 10 pass plays on the evening, rushing the ball 48 times for 217 yards. Texas will likely fall out of the top 25 in the polls after a home loss to an unranked opponent.

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