TCU quarterback Max Duggan was battered and bloodied, truly depleted and intellectually depleted. Nevertheless uncertain in the event that

the third-positioned Horned Frogs had done what's necessary to get into the four-group School Football Season finisher.

Duggan dropped to his knees in the end zone after his 8-yard TD run finished his breezy game-tying drive late in guideline of Saturday's Large 12 title game,

and covered his facemask into the turf subsequent to jumping and missing the mark on one more score in additional time.

He then remained solitary in the field with two hands on his cap while his running back Kendre Mill operator was full for the second play straight,

on fourth down, to give No. 13 Kansas Express the ball one final time. Ty Zentner then kicked a 31-yard field objective as the Wildcats beat TCU, 31-28.

"We got beat today and presently it's none of our concern. That is something that we needed to do is be in charge," said Duggan,

who needed to collect himself in the wake of beginning to chat on the platform. "Nothing remains at this point but to sort of watch."

Deuce Vaughn ran for 130 yards and a score and Will Howard tossed two TDs for the Wildcats (10-3, No. 10 CFP), who a month

and a half prior had leaped out to a 28-10 lead right off the bat in the second quarter before TCU scored the game's last 28 focuses.

That was one of five games the Horned Frogs (12-1, No. 3 CFP) won while following behind halftime. Be that as it may,

they couldn't try again later with the opportunity to ensure being the principal Huge 12 group other than Oklahoma to make the season finisher.