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The TCU Football Collection - Rice at TCU (1935)

Texas Christian University

Silent | 1935

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  •  TCU fumble sets up a Rice touchdown drive 
  •  Red-zone offense 
  •  Rice recovers its own fumble 
  •  TCU touchdown pass 
  •  TCU extends its lead with another touchdown pass 
  •  Rice makes a successful lateral pass 
  •  Red-zone defense 
  •  TCU intercepts the ball and swiftly scores another touchdown 
  •  Another Rice turnover puts the game out of reach 
 
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This film captures highlights from a football game between the Rice University Owls and the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs. (TCU players are wearing white jerseys.) The Southwest Conference match-up was played on November 23, 1935, at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth. While both teams put up impressive numbers on offense, the turnover margin helped shift the game in TCU’s favor. The Horned Frogs ultimately won 27-6. TCU finished the season with a 12-1 record, defeating Louisiana State University 3-2 in the Sugar Bowl on New Years Day 1936. Although the team lost to Southwest Conference Champion Southern Methodist University, TCU claims 1935 as a national championship year.