The offense has always had firepower. It’s finally finding ways to utilize it

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TCU running back Kendre Miller rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns, including this 15-yard run, as the Frogs rolled past Oklahoma (The Associated Press/Ron Jenkins).



By Drew Davison
Frogs Today special contributor


FORT WORTH — Part of it’s the mindset. Part of it’s the scheme.

At least that’s how senior quarterback Max Duggan explained TCU’s offense going from lackluster in 2021 to explosive in 2022. The Horned Frogs had one of their most impressive offensive performances in recent history Saturday, rolling to a 55-24 victory over No. 18 Oklahoma at Amon G. Carter Stadium.
Through four games, TCU is averaging 48.5 points, almost 20 points more compared to last season (28.7).
“I think guys were just tired of losing, of being talked down on the last three years,” Duggan said. “We deserved it. We didn’t play very well the last three years, at least since I’ve been here. And guys are just tired of it.
“You go into this season, it was a fresh start.”
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