Win Probability 100%

WVU
TCU
TCU 100%

WVU

24

TCU

31

End of 4th Quarter

Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • WVU508
    • 406TCU
  • Turnovers

    • WVU2
    • 0TCU
  • Possession

    WVUTCU
    28:3931:21
  • 1st Downs

    • WVU28
    • 16TCU

Game Information

Amon G. Carter Stadium
Coverage: FS1
  • Fort Worth, TX 76129
  • Line: TCU -13.0
  • Over/Under: 69
Attendance: 43,257
10/7/2017 Associated Press

Hill scores 3 ways as No. 8 TCU beats No. 23 West Virginia

Kenny Hill avoided a defender in the backfield and lunged forward through two more for a 3-yard touchdown run with 2:53 left and No. 8 TCU remained the Big 12's only undefeated team with a 31-24 victory over No. 23 West Virginia on Saturday.

Scoring Summary

1234T
West Virginia3014724
TCU0717731
first QuarterWVUTCU
FG
7:30
Mike Molina 37 Yd Field Goal
14 plays, 77 yards, 5:22
30
second QuarterWVUTCU
TD
14:16
Sewo Olonilua 2 Yd Run (Jonathan Song Kick)
7 plays, 33 yards, 2:56
37
third QuarterWVUTCU
FG
8:36
Jonathan Song 37 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 59 yards, 3:46
310
TD
6:06
Jalen Reagor 45 Yd pass from Kenny Hill (Jonathan Song Kick)
1 play, 45 yards, 0:08
317
play
Reagor's 45-yard TD pads TCU's lead (0:35)

Kenny Hill finds Jalen Reagor down the sideline for a touchdown to extend the Horned Frogs' lead. (0:35)

TD
3:52
David Sills V 64 Yd pass from Will Grier (Mike Molina Kick)
6 plays, 75 yards, 2:14
1017
play
Sills closes gap on TCU with 64-yard TD (0:34)

Will Grier connects with David Sill V for 64 yards to score late in the third quarter. (0:34)

TD
1:37
Ka'Raun White 76 Yd pass from Will Grier (Mike Molina Kick)
2 plays, 77 yards, 0:41
1717
play
White's 76-yard TD ties it up (1:00)

West Virginia's Will Grier finds Ka'Raun White for a touchdown to tie TCU. (1:00)

TD
0:15
Kenny Hill 48 Yd pass from KaVontae Turpin (Jonathan Song Kick)
4 plays, 75 yards, 1:22
1724
play
Trick play puts TCU back in the lead (1:01)

KaVontae Turpin throws back to QB Kenny Hill, who takes it down the sideline for a 48-yard touchdown to put the Horned Frogs back ahead. (1:01)

fourth QuarterWVUTCU
TD
9:50
David Sills V 4 Yd pass from Will Grier (Mike Molina Kick)
10 plays, 49 yards, 3:11
2424
play
Sills' second TD of the day ties the game (0:22)

Will Grier finds David Sills V in the end zone to tie TCU in the fourth quarter. (0:22)

TD
2:53
Kenny Hill 3 Yd Run (Jonathan Song Kick)
13 plays, 65 yards, 6:57
2431

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