Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
West Virginia only out-gained TCU by eight yards (215-207) in the first half and ran seven fewer plays than the Frogs, who held the ball for 18:07. The difference? WVU was more disciplined, winning the turnover battle 2-0 and committing two fewer penalties. Both teams are running the ball successfully with Kyle Hicks (TCU, 77 yards) and Rushel Shell (WVU, 59 yards). TCU's pressuring defense has produced two sacks and five tackles for loss.