Brailford didn't have any exact numbers but he said he had some big hits and so did some of the coaches watching on Thursday night.
"It was a big game for us all together, the offense and the defense," explained Brailford. "Most of the time it's been the offense or the defense, one or the other, but this game we all came together well."
Brailford told me that his recruiting has really settled down and he is not hearing from a lot of other schools after his commitment to Oklahoma State. The game against TCU on Saturday was his first this season to attend.
"It was a good game, more of a defensive battle all the way through," he said. "Yeah, Oklahoma State is recruiting me for defensive end and I'm good with that."
Brailford said it is Homecoming for the Washington Hornets this Friday as they will host Ponca City. "Then we're at Union the next week," said Brailford, who is up over 60 tackles on the season.