Undefeated TCU aiming to play complementary football

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Dylan Horton records one of his two sacks vs. West Virginia, his first of the season (TCU Football).


By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer


MORGANTOWN WVa. The Horned Frogs are 8-0. The rest of the FBS teams that can claim that record all fit on one hand.

And yet it feels like the Frogs have yet to put a complete game together. TCU, having already battled back from 17-point and 18-point deficits this season, once again fell behind early Saturday, this time to West Virginia.

Sure, the Mountaineers never led by more than a touchdown, but it’s still a point of concern for head ball coach Sonny Dykes.

“You know, we’ve got to do a better job of starting games,” Dykes said. “We’ve got to get settled in a little bit more quickly.”

While the Frogs have a wishlist of ways they can improve, the goal it seems is just to play complementary football. Or at least that’s the phrase that came up multiple times after the Frogs’ 41-31 win over the Mountaineers.

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