Virginia Vs. TCU Score Update: Horned Frogs Get 2 Field Goals To Extend Lead

The No. 17 TCU Horned Frogs lead the Virginia Cavaliers, 20-0, at the end of the third quarter at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. Horned Frogs' kicker Jaden Oberkrom nailed a couple of long field goals to provide the only scoring for either team in the quarter.

Neither offense moved the ball a whole lot in the half, although Virginia was able to get inside the TCU 20-yard line late in the quarter, as running back Kevin Parks broke off a 49-yard run on third down. However, the Horned Frogs were able to stop the Cavaliers on fourth down, keeping their shutout intact.

Oberkrom kicked a 46-yard field goal at the end of TCU's first drive of the half. Then, after the Horned Frogs intercepted a pass from Virginia quarterback Michael Rocco, Oberkrom hit one from 47 yards out.

TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was shaken up after taking hits on a couple of different occasions during the quarter, but has been able to stay in the game up to this point.

For more on the TCU Horned Frogs, head over to Frogs O' War and SB Nation Dallas. More on NCAA football in general can be found over at SB Nation's NCAA Football hub.

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