Justin K. Aller
TCU has a chance at knocking off one of the six remaining undefeated teams.
A gutsy two-point conversion int he second overtime lifted TCU to victory at West Virginia on Saturday, but the Horned Frogs now have a chance to make headlines nationally. Sitting in the middle of the Big 12 at 3-3, TCU can make major news my knocking off No. 2 rated Kansas State on Saturday night at 7pm on FOX.
The Wildcats enter the game at No. 2 in the latest BCS standings and are hoping for a chance at a National Championship with three more victories. Kansas State is fifth nationally in scoring and boasts one of the leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy in Collin Klein.
This game is also the second of four straight games and five out of six against teams in the top 21 of the BCS standings. After knocking of West Virginia TCU still must face No. 17 Texas and No. 12 Oklahoma to close the season.