No. 11 TCU 47, No. 15 Oregon 41 (3 OT)
Horned Frogs extend their home winning streak to 12 games.
The Horned Frogs (2-0) won their 14th straight home opener under Gary Patterson.
Check out the photo gallery from the No. 13 TCU football game against Kansas.
2015: Threw for 351 yards and two touchdowns in leading TCU to a 31-point comeback against Oregon in the Valero Alamo Bowl and a 47-41, three-overtime win... Completed 28-of-45 with one interception in the win over the Ducks... Also ran for 45 yards and two touchdowns against Oregon... Led TCU to scoring plays on the final nine drives of the bowl game, including scores in all three overtime periods, to secure the largest comeback win in FBS bowl history... Finished season with 720 yards passing on 55-of-88 passing with five touchdowns... Ran for 65 yards on 18 carries with two touchdowns on the year... Prior to his performance in the Valero Alamo Bowl, Kohlhausen played in seven games for the Horned Frogs in 2015, including major time against Kansas and Oklahoma due to the injury to regular starter Trevone Boykin ... Threw first career touchdown pass to Jaelan Austin against Stephen F. Austin on Sept. 12 ... Following injury to Boykin, Kohlhausen completed 13-of-19 passes for 112 yards against Kansas ... Completed 5-of-11 passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns against Oklahoma ... Entered game against Oklahoma facing a 30-13 deficit and led the Frogs on three scoring drives in the fourth quarter to cut the score to 30-29 in the final 0:51 ... Kohlhausen’s 86-yard pass to KaVontae Turpin opened the comeback effort early in the fourth quarter.
2014: Played in four games ... saw action against Texas Tech, Kansas State, Iowa State and Ole Miss ... completed seven of his nine passes on the season for 43 yards ... was 4-of-5 for 28 yards versus Ole Miss in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl ... was 2-for-3 against Iowa State for 10 yards ... made his TCU debut against Texas Tech and completed his lone pass for five yards.
2013: Attended L.A. Harbor College.
2012: Saw action in three games for Houston ... completed both of his pass attempts for 18 yards against UAB ... had two completions for 13 yards versus SMU ... was 4-of-9 in the air for 31 yards on the season.
High School: Three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... helped lead Lamar to the playoffs his final three years (2008-10) ... rated the No. 30 quarterback nationally by Rivals.com ... recorded a 28-6 mark as a starting quarterback ... earned first-team all-district honors as a junior and senior and was second-team as a sophomore ... named Lamar's Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior ... Super Prep All-Southwest ... PrepStar All-Region ... was 61-of-129 for 1,047 yards with 14 touchdowns as a senior ... named a Fort Worth EA Sports Elite 11 Regional Top Performer ... was 81-of-165 for 1,173 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior ... completed 61 percent of his passes as a sophomore ... his high school coach was Tom Nolen ... chose Houston over Virginia and Utah ... also played baseball.
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