TCU Vs. Boise State Score: Broncos Regain Lead On A Defensive Touchdown, Lead 21-20

Coming into this game the Boise St. Broncos offense had only allowed two sacks on the year, but the TCU Horned Frogs have almost reached that amount in only one half of play by sacking Moore twice. The Boise State secondary has been normally a solid group but in today's game TCU has touchdown passes of 75, 74 and 69 yards by Casey Pachall.

Boise State tied the game at 14 on a 17-yard touchdown run by D.J. Harper which included a fake reverse on the score, but TCU responded right away by scoring on a touchdown pass of 69 yards to Josh Boyse. The extra-point was missed to give TCU a 2-14 lead.

TCU received the ball to start the second half, but on the first play from scrimmage Antoine Hicks had the ball stripped by Byron Hout which was then recovered by Tyrone Crawford who returned the ball 31 yards for a touchdown to give Boise State a 21-20 lead.

For more on Boise State, visit One Nation Under Bronco God. For all your TCU info, check out Frogs Of War.

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