Oklahoma survives: TCU's late TD can't force OT after failed 2-point try

Oklahoma left the field at Memorial Stadium on Saturday night a little more banged up than it would like heading into Oklahoma State week, but still with a Big 12 title on the line after a 30-29 win against TCU.
The final score does not indicate the ups and downs of the game's flow, with both teams getting different results from mid-game quarterback changes. For Oklahoma, the loss ofBaker Mayfield to a head injury brought the offense to a crawl in the second half. If Samaje Perine (26 carries, 188 yards and one 72-yard touchdown) couldn't get the first downs, the Sooners' defense was back on the field after a brief rest.
TCU switched from Foster Sawyer to Bram Kohlhausen after three interceptions from the redshirt freshman. Kohlhausen likely benefited from having better opportunities, particularly late in the game thanks to TCU's defense. But Kohlhausen did not throw any interceptions and the Horned Frogs rode a great night from running back Aaron Green (24 carries, 127 yards).
Kohlausen also put the Horned Frogs in a position to win, tossing a touchdown pass to Emanuel Porter with 51 seconds remaining, before the upset bid was ended on the two-point try by Steven Parker's pass deflection.