The TCU Horned Frogs (4-0), who rank No. 9 in the most recent AP Poll, are coming off an emotional 37-33 home victory over the Oklahoma Sooners. Quarterback Trevone Boykin accounted for nearly 400 total yards as TCU earned its first win over Oklahoma as a member of the Big 12. This win was arguably TCU’s biggest win as a member of the conference. TCU shut down Oklahoma Sooners quarterback, Trevor Knight. Knight completed just 40 percent of his passes and threw two game-altering interceptions. TCU will look to maintain its level of play as it heads to Waco, Texas to face the Baylor Bears (5-0), who are now No. 5 in the most recent AP Poll. In order to win this game, TCU must overcome Baylor’s passionate fan base, which has paid above average ticket prices for this Top 10 showdown.
According to TiqIQ, the average price for TCU vs. Baylor football tickets is currently $259.54 on the secondary market while the get-in price for the game is $173. Baylor’s season average ticket price is $183.01, which highlights higher demand for this game, a premium of 42%.
Baylor is coming off a convincing 28-7 road victory over the struggling Texas Longhorns. Baylor’s rushing attack, which was led by Shock Linwood, totaled 278 yards. Linwood ran for 148 yards and one touchdown. Baylor’s rushing attack dominated Texas’s defense which limited quarterback Bryce Petty’s final stat line. Petty threw for just 111 yards and two touchdowns.
On top of above average secondary market ticket prices, TCU will look to avenge last year’s 41-38 defeat to Baylor. Petty only completed 50 percent of his pass attempts for 206 yards. Expect a bounce back effort in this Big 12 clash.