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Following second-half comebacks in three of their last four wins, the undefeated Texas Christian University Horned Frogs moved to 9-0 for the first time since 2010. A victory against Texas Tech on November 5th propelled TCU three spots in this week’s CFP rankings to No. 4 in the nation. With three more wins and a victory in next month’s Big 12 Championship, TCU could secure a trip to the CFP national semifinals for the first time in school history.
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Bijan Robinson and Texas remain steady 7-point favorites at BetMGM as of Friday morning. Robinson, the Horns’ punishing running back, leads the Big 12 in rushing with 1,129 yards. TCU counters with Kendre Miller, who ranks second with 1,009. The two are the only backs in the conference to top the 1,000-yard mark.
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Bijan Robinson- the best running back in college football. pic.twitter.com/pQP8RNPRaL
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Texas vs TCU game details & betting preview
- Date: November 12, 2022
- Start Time: 7:30 pm ET
- TV Channel: ABC
- Location: DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas
- Participants: TCU (9-0) vs Texas (6-3)
- BetMGM Sportsbook Odds: Texas -7.5 (-115), O/U 66
Despite a spectacular season, TCU quarterback Max Duggan is still a longshot to win the Heisman Trophy. Duggan leads the Big 12 with 24 passing touchdowns, with another four on the ground.
The nimble quarterback enters the week with sports betting odds of 40/1 at BetMGM to capture the Heisman. There are eight players with lower odds, led by Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud (+175). Relatively unknown on the national stage before this season, Duggan opened the summer off the board in the futures market.
Duggan’s rise underscores the ascent of the upstart Horned Frogs. Former TCU coach Gary Patterson resigned on Halloween of last year following a 3-5 start. Patterson, who spent 20 years at the helm, led TCU to a 13-0 mark in 2010, when the Horned Frogs ended the season ranked second in the nation. Now an assistant coach at Texas, Patterson has helped devise a a game plan for containing Duggan.
When TCU arrives in Austin, they'll see former Horned Frog head coach Gary Patterson on the Texas sidelines wearing burnt orange.
— Inside Texas (@InsideTexas) November 9, 2022
On the other side of the ball, TCU will need to slow Robinson, a contender for the Doak Walker Award, given each year to the nation’s top running back. The Longhorns could use a steady dose of Robinson on Saturday night to keep the ball away from Duggan. Oddsmakers, though, expect a shootout, with the total of 66 points among the highest of the weekend.
If Texas prevails on Saturday, there is a chance the teams could meet again in the Big 12 championship game. At 4-2, Texas is in a three-way tie with Kansas State and Baylor for second in the conference. TCU has odds of +140 at BetMGM to win the conference, just ahead of Texas, which has odds of +175. Baylor is next at +450, followed by Kansas State and Oklahoma State at +850 and +6000, respectively.
Texas has a 64-27-1 record against TCU in series history, with the Longhorns winning 24 straight meetings from 1968 through 1991. But since losing Texas in 2013, TCU has captured six of the last eight games.