No wonder coach Gary Patterson was so disappointed in No. 24 TCU in its 20-10 loss to Texas Tech on Thursday night."I'm not very happy at all," he said.The Horned Frogs were penalized 13 times for 115 yards. A 28-punt return by Brandon Carter that would have given TCU good field position in the third quarter was called back on a clipping penalty.Quarterback Trevone Boykin didn't perform as he needed to, Patterson said."We didn't win," Patterson said. "That's what quarterbacks are supposed to do. They're supposed to win. Last year when we turned the ball over, we didn't win ballgames. When we didn't turn them over,Isuzu Auto Parts we did. Now we turned the ball over tonight."Texas Tech freshman backup quarterback Davis Webb threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Bradley Marquez with 3:48 remaining to snap a tie.The score came after the Red Raiders (3-0, 1-0 Big 12) thought they'd scored on a 49-yard TD pass from Webb to DeAndre Washington, but he dropped the ball at the half-yard line. An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty took them back to the TCU 14. Two plays later, Webb hit Marquez.TCU (1-2, 0-1) scored its only touchdown when B. J. Catalon ran in from 17 yards to make it 10-all with 6:28 remaining.TCU's Trevone Boykin went 23 for 36 for 194 yards and two interceptions.Baker Mayfield, Texas Tech's starting quarterback, left the game in the fourth quarter with what appeared to be a leg injury. He went 21 of 40 for one touchdown and 216 yards. He threw three interceptions.Webb went 3 for 4 for 77 yards and a touchdown."That's about as ugly as you can win, but we'll take it," Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury said.Ryan Bustin made a 37-yard field goal to put the game out of reach with 2:43 remaining.The Frogs had their chances. A 69-punt return for an apparent touchdown by Carter in the fourth quarter was called back after officials ruled he'd signaled for a fair catch.Carter had another punt return wiped out — a 28-yarder in the third quarter on a clipping penalty.Mayfield threw his third interception early in the fourth quarter off a tipped ball and into the hands of Derrick Kindred. But TCU got no points off it when Jaden Oberkrom missed wide right on a 55-yard field goal try.
put together its first sustained drive of the game early in the second
half but got only a field goal to pull within 10-3 with 6:01 remaining
in the third quarter. The Frogs looked in good position for another
score after Carter returned a punt to the Red Raiders 46. But a clipping
penalty by TCU's Dominic Merka moved the ball back to the TCU 41 and
the Frogs failed to get a first down and punted.Boykin scrambled for a
first down on a 30-yard run to the Red Raiders 32 late in the third
quarter, but Jackson Richards intercepted his pass shortly after and
returned it 20 yards.Jace Amaro caught nine passes for 97 yards to lead
Texas Tech. Eric Ward, the Red Raiders' leading receiver coming into the
game, went without a catch. He was covered most of the night by Jason
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Tech went up 10-0 in the first quarter, but both teams' second quarters
were plagued with penalties and punts by both teams.Mayfield found
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he picked up some blocks and evaded at least one tackler to score a
50-yard touchdown. After the Red Raiders stalled at TCU's 22 on their
third possession, Bustin kicked a 39-yard field goal to put Texas Tech
up 10-0.Mayfield threw interceptions in each quarter, but TCU failed to
capitalize on either. Boykin was stymied on the ground and through the
air and failed to get the Horned Frogs going.
and the Red Raiders had chances to build on their lead. They had first
downs at the TCU 29, 49 and 36, but came away without any points.The
third of those opportunities in TCU territory came after defensive back
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intercepted Boykin's pass and returned it 23 yards to the TCU 36. Three
penalties pushed them back to the Frogs' 48 and the Red Raiders
punted.Defensive end Devonte Fields, in his first start of the season
after sitting out all but one quarter of a two-game suspension for an
unspecified violation of team or university policy during the offseason,
appeared ineffective for TCU.