https://gofrogs.com/news/2019/11/9/football-12-bears-down-horned-frogs-in-triple-overtime.aspx GoFrogs: #12 Bears Down Horned Frogs in Triple Overtime Final Stats (PDF) Postgame Notes Postgame Quotes Photo Gallery FORT WORTH – The TCU Horned Frogs dropped a heartbreaker, falling 29-23, in three overtimes to No. 12 Baylor Saturday afternoon at Amon G. Carter Stadium. TCU led 9-0 at the half and then had a 9-6 lead late in the game, but Baylor connected on a 51-yard field goal with 36 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime. The Horned Frogs played in their first triple overtime game since the 2016 Alamo Bowl, but the home team's last attempt to tie the score and send it into another overtime was thwarted. Trailing 29-23 with a 3rd-and-5 at the Baylor 20, TCU quarterback Max Duggan scrambled for an apparent game-tying touchdown. However, after an instant replay review, it was ruled that Duggan stepped out at the 3. The Bears' defense then stiffened and held the Horned Frogs out of the end zone. TCU held Baylor to 204 yards of offense at the close of regulation with the Bears finishing with 294. It was just the 11th time in 112 games under TCU head coach Gary Patterson for the Horned Frogs to lose when limiting an opponent to under 300 yards. TCU scored the first nine points of the game and took a 9-0 lead into halftime following field goals from Griffin Kell (47 yards) and Jonathan Song (37, 31). Baylor's John Mayers notched the next nine points of regulation with field goals from 36, 24 and 51 yards out. Baylor opened the first overtime period with a 3-yard rushing touchdown from Charlie Brewer to give the Bears their first lead of the game, 16-9. TCU countered with a 24-yard touchdown pass from Max Duggan to Te'Vailance Hunt on a 4th-and-9 to tie the game at 16 and forced a second overtime. The touchdown was originally called an incomplete pass, but following review it was deemed that Hunt had a hand in the end zone and possession of the ball for the TD. Sewo Olonilua put TCU back up with a 2-yard score in the second overtime period, giving the Horned Frogs a 23-16 advantage. Baylor's offensive possession came down to a 4th-and-5, but Brewer found Denzel Mims from 20 yards to send the game into a third overtime with the score knotted at 23-23. Brewer and Mims again hooked up on Baylor's next possession, this time from 4 yards out. The Bears' two-point attempt was not successful though, and the Baylor lead was just 29-23. TCU's final possession ended with the Bears' defense making the stops. Today's win marked the first victory for the Bears (9-0, 6-0) over TCU (4-5, 2-4) in the past five attempts. UP NEXT TCU will be on the road at Texas Tech next Saturday, Nov. 16. Kickoff between the Horned Frogs and Red Raiders is set for 11 a.m. and the contest will be televised on ESPN2.