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#pounditSunday, November 27, 2022

TCU hurt by pass interference call in loss to Baylor (Video)

TCU melted down late in the fourth quarter and lost to Baylor 61-58 on Saturday.

Once up 58-37, the Horned Frogs allowed three straight touchdowns and then a field goal to blow the lead in what turned out to be the biggest comeback in Baylor school history.

They can thank the referees for an assist on the final drive.

After watching his defense allow three straight touchdowns, TCU coach Gary Patterson decided to go for it on 4th-and-3 at the Baylor 45 with just over a minute remaining. They threw a fade pass that fell incomplete, giving the Bears the ball.

Baylor got one first down and then had a 3rd-and-10 situation from the TCU 43 and it looked like the Horned Frogs had a real shot to stop them. But the Bears got a break when a referee called pass interference on Corry O’Meally that gave them 15 yards and a first down. Baylor was able to move up to the 11 to position themselves for the winning kick and converted.

It’s wild that TCU didn’t get a call on their 4th down but got penalized on their end. And it was for nothing, too:

TCU pass interference

That’s it! That’s all there was! One hand out!


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