Saturday, October 11, 2014

Baylor Outscores TCU 61-58

61-58, isn't that a basketball score?

What? No, it's a football score?

Really? Surely you're joking....

I'm not joking and don't call me surely...

It took a 28-yard Game Winning Field Goal at the buzzer by Baylor's Chris Callahan to stop the scoring onslaught. Callahan's kick gave the Baylor Bears a 61-58 win over TCU in a shootout that maybe the biggest of all shootouts...

Callahan's kick capped a comeback that saw the Bears fall behind by as much as 21 points with only 11 minutes to go.

But the powerful Baylor offense, behind 510 yards passing and 6 TD's by Quarterback Bryce Petty came back. And came back fast.

With the game tied and just over a minute to go, TCU coach Gary Patterson decided to go for it on 4th and 3 from the Baylor 45. And inexplicably called a pass play.

The pass was incomplete.

Giving Petty and Baylor a minute to go half the field was plenty of time. A pass interference call against TCU and some smart running by Shock Linwood who ran for 172 yards, out the ball in position for Callahan to finish the game.

And he did...

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