Justin K. Aller
The Horned Frogs welcome No. 2 Kansas State on Saturday, as TCU hopes to ruin the Wildcats' national championship dreams.
No. 2 Kansas State remained unbeaten in 2012 in a 44-30 rout of Oklahoma State, another victory on the season that came with a cost. Heisman-favorite Collin Klein left the game in the fourth quarter after a one-yard touchdown run and while there were no official updates on his injury status, coach Bill Snyder stated on Monday he was hopeful Klein would be able to start against TCU.
The Horned Frogs, meanwhile, rebounded from a rough stretch of football by winning in overtime against West Virginia. TCU had lost three out of four games, all against Big 12 opponents, as the team continues to adjust in its first season in the conference. Quarterback Trevone Boykin has filled in admirably for TCU, passing for 1,376 yards and 13 touchdowns in the five games since taking over as starter against Iowa State.
TCU will face Kansas State at 6 p.m. CT on Saturday, with television coverage on Fox.