FORT WORTH, Texas — TCU carried a 24-0 halftime lead over the Kansas Jayhawks at Amon G. Carter Stadium on Saturday night. The Horned Frogs have dominated every facet of the game, and some numbers will raise eyebrows.
TCU held Kansas to only three yards of offense in the first half. If that wasn’t hard enough to swallow for Kansas fans, the Jayhawks posted a dismal -30 rushing yards during that same stretch.
It was an entirely different story for the TCU offense, as the Horned Frogs posted 305 yards of offense in the first half. TCU wide receiver John Diarse recorded 130 receiving yards alone, including a pretty 67-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kenny Hill.
The comfortable lead for TCU over Kansas is a bit of a surprise, given the close calls between the two in the past. The Horned Frogs and Jayhawks were tied 10-10 at halftime the last time the two met in Fort Worth, two years ago.
But tonight — in a change of narrative — it’s all TCU so far.
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