The Oklahoma Sooners' response to their loss to Kansas State dominated the conversation all week.They were unresponsive.

TCU scored on Oklahoma's first possession after Marvin Mims fumbled.

Oklahoma would respond with a field goal on their third possession, but TCU would not relent, jumping out to a 20-3 lead by the end of the first quarter and leading 27-10 at the half.

The Sooners had a chance to cut the lead to ten points, but Dillon Gabriel was knocked out after being hit in the head while sliding.

And Davis Beville couldn't do much from the air to aid in the transport.

Oklahoma was helpless on both sides of the ball. The passing game struggled to find consistency, and the defence couldn't stop TCU's big-play machine.

In the first half, TCU scored touchdowns of 73, 67, and 62 yards, exposing holes in the Sooners' defence.

The Oklahoma Sooners were allowing Horned Frogs players to run wide open down the field despite rushing only three or four and dropping a lot of players into coverage.

The Oklahoma Sooners delivered another dreadful performance, leaving Oklahoma fans fuming.

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