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TCU holds off West Virginia (0:55)

TCU quarterback Kenny Hill scores three different ways to lead the No. 8 Horned Frogs past No. 23 Mountaineers 31-24. (0:55)

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Kenny Hill's impact felt all over the field (1:00)

TCU QB Kenny Hill scores three different ways Saturday, propelling the Horned Frogs to a victory over West Virginia. (1:00)

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TCU escapes test from West Virginia (0:50)

Kenny Hill leads TCU by scoring three different ways in a 31-24 win over West Virginia to improve to 5-0. (0:50)

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Hill extends to put TCU ahead (0:32)

Kenny Hill runs in from three yards out for his third rushing touchdown of the day to give TCU a late lead. (0:32)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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TCU's Diarse makes impressive grab around defender (0:20)

John Diarse punctuates a great catch by shrugging off his defender to extend a Horned Frogs field-goal drive. (0:20)

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TCU's Banogu crushes Grier for 8-yard loss (0:21)

Will Grier is sacked by Ben Banogu to push the Mountaineers back to the 50-yard line. (0:21)

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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)

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Crawford breaks through for 38-yard run (0:20)

West Virginia's Justin Crawford runs 38 yards to the Mountaineers 41. (0:20)

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