What happened? TCU can’t answer why it played worst game of season on biggest stage

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TCU safety Mark Perry leaves the field amid the Georgia celebration after the Bulldogs throttled TCU 65-7 (Frogs Today/Melissa Triebwasser).


By Jeff Wilson
Frogs Today staff writer


INGLEWOOD, Calif. — The best thing that happened to TCU on Monday night came when time finally expired.

Georgia couldn’t score any more points. The Bulldogs’ defense could no longer fluster the Horned Frogs’ offense.

The national audience could no longer wonder how TCU could have possibly reached the College Football Playoff National Championship.

That’s how bad things were for the Frogs at Sofi Stadium, where their dream season ended with a 65-7 nightmare of a loss.

“I think we’re all disappointed that we didn’t play better and we didn’t coach better and we didn’t represent our team better than we did tonight,” coach Sonny Dykes said.

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