What They Are Saying: TCU Beats CSU

There wasn't much of an offensive showing, but TCU did enough to win in Fort Collins on Saturday afternoon. What is the rest of the media saying about TCU's win against Colorado State? Find out inside BigPurpleNation.com

It was not a thing of beauty, but Frogs return with a win
Mercedes Mayer- Fort Worth Star Telegram
A win is a win is a win, and you could almost see the sigh of relief on the TCU Horned Frogs' faces after their 13-7 victory over Colorado State on Saturday afternoon at soggy Hughes Stadium.

CSU just misses opportunity to upset TCU
KELLY LYELL-The Coloradoan

Despite battling toe-to-toe with one of the top teams in the Mountain West Conference for 3 hours, the Rams fell short at the end, losing 13-7 to TCU before 27,130 rain-soaked fans on hand for the homecoming game.

TCU relies on stingy defense for another win

The top defense in the nation was slow to arrive but quick to recover, leading TCU past Colorado State 13-7 on a wet and chilly Saturday afternoon at Hughes Stadium.

Frugal Frogs choke off upset-minded Rams
Natalie Meisler-Denver Post

Colorado State put itself in position to do the same Saturday against Texas Christian. The nation's top-ranked defense refused to go along, however, protecting a 13-7 lead from the middle of the second quarter to the final buzzer.

TCU Frogs defense holds Colorado State to 11 yards rushing
Mercedes Mayers-Fort Worth Star Telegram

It was mainly because of stubbornness that Colorado State was determined to try to run on TCU's No. 1-ranked rush defense, Rams coach Steve Fairchild said.

Quarterback switch fails to rescue Rams
Mike Brohard-Loveland Reporter-Herald

With the offense stalled and missing chances Saturday afternoon, Fairchild pulled starter Billy Farris for the second time in favor of backup Klay Kubiak. Not that it changed much, as the Rams failed to score on any of Kubiak's six drives in a 13-7 Mountain West Conference loss to TCU at Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium.

Miscues, Frogs stifle Rams
Mike Brohard-Loveland Reporter-Herald

The Frogs, whose 22 sacks led the nation entering the game, didn't get to Farris at all in the first half, but did the opening drive of the third quarter.

TCU takes down Colorado State, 13-7
MICHAEL HICKS- Dallas Morning News

If things could go wrong, they did for TCU on Saturday. Despite the mishaps, the Horned Frogs found a way to scratch out a 13-7 victory over Colorado State.

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