TCU v WVU

Discussion in 'On The Field' started by Buck-Horn, Nov 10, 2018 at 11:21 AM.

  1. Buck-Horn

    Buck-Horn 500+ Posts

    We need WVU to win out, right? Froggies up 3-0 early
     
  2. blonthang

    blonthang 1,000+ Posts

    Checked the details on ESPN, play-by-play.

    WVU took kickoff, return 1 yard. 3 and out, punt.

    Killer Frogs start at own 22, 10 play 65 yard drive to Neers 13, kick FG.

    Hmmm......yeah, early.....
     
  3. easy

    easy 2,500+ Posts

    I think If we win out we need wvu to lose 2 games because they hold the tie breaker on us or OU just needs to lose one game and we get in. If we win out
     
  4. easy

    easy 2,500+ Posts

    So has Robinson lost his spot at qb or is he still not healthy
     
  5. blonthang

    blonthang 1,000+ Posts

    After the first score, the TCU FG, back and forth 6-play drives and punts, then another 6-play drive by WVU to settle for a FG.

    Early 2nd quarter 3-3.

    Last week WVU v UT by end of 1st quarter 24 points had already been scored, 55 points by half.

    Go figure.
     
  6. easy

    easy 2,500+ Posts

    Dropped TD pass by sills and now tcu picks off the next pass
     
  7. Buck-Horn

    Buck-Horn 500+ Posts

    WVU 17- 3, 3:42 Q2. I think our best path still requires WVU to win out. Help me with other scenarios to put us in the CG.....
     
  8. blonthang

    blonthang 1,000+ Posts

    Job One. Win out.

    If --- IF --- the Froggies keep up what they're doing right now and can maybe take out WVU today, and if Texas wins out over TT, ISU and KU, the Horns are in the Big 12 championship game.

    That's because Texas would be at 2 losses, one to WVU.

    Don't count out ISU yet, at 2 losses in conference, one to OU. Other loss to TCU. They beat WVU. If ISU wins out, including over Texas, they'd get into the championship game if OU beats WVU.

    Said another way w/r/t ISU's chances, OU and WVU are the only 1-loss teams right now, and Texas and ISU are the only 2-loss teams. OU lost to Texas. WVU lost to ISU. Texas and ISU each have given those two leaders their 1 loss (Texas over OU, ISU over WVU), so Texas and ISU are holding tiebreakers against one of the leaders (OU and WVU).

    OU has Bedlam today, then KU, then WVU.
    WVU is playing TCU right now, then @ oSu, then hosts OU.

    Texas is at Lubbuttock tonight, then hosts ISU, then @KU.
    ISU plays BU today, then @Texas, then hosts KSU.

    The conference race right now is:

    2 leaders tied for the lead with 1 loss each, with their head-to-head final week of the season.

    2 heel nippers tied at 2 losses each, BUT each with a win over one of the leaders.
     
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2018 at 12:43 PM
  9. blonthang

    blonthang 1,000+ Posts

    Well, Froggies, when you field the KO at your 17, step back 1 yard, then fumble, expect WVU to score a TD right away. They do.

    That's the second TD by WVU within a couple of minutes of game clock, not indicative of the game up to that point.

    Update: okay WVU warming up now, another TD 24-3 going into half.
     
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2018 at 12:44 PM
  10. Buck-Horn

    Buck-Horn 500+ Posts

    WVU rolling now 24-3....
     
  11. wadster

    wadster 2,500+ Posts

    We need WVU to win out. If they do and we win out we're in as OU would have 2 losses and tied with us, but we have head to head. Only other way is for WVU to get 3 losses which won't happen. So be WVU fans. I want them 11-1 when we kick their *** in the CCG
     
  12. Buck-Horn

    Buck-Horn 500+ Posts

    Yea, the only real path I see is this ^^^^^^^^^^^^
     
  13. blonthang

    blonthang 1,000+ Posts

    47-10 early 4th. Forget TCU's upset scare, Neers are rolling.
     
  14. easy

    easy 2,500+ Posts

    Bring on bedlam. This has game been over for a while
     
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