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He also added 61 yards on 13 attempts in defeat. Sterling Shepard accounted for a game-high 215 receiving yards and a touchdown on seven receptions for Oklahoma, which faces Texas in the Red River Shootout next Saturday in Dallas. Up by only four, things looked bleak for TCU with just over seven minutes to play as Boykin fumbled on a first-down rush, with Eric Striker recovering and running to the hosts 21. Two plays later, Knight was picked off again, this time by Chris Hackett. On the next play, though, Catalon fumbled and the Sooners took over on the hosts 46 thanks to the strip and scoop by Geneo Grissom. The TCU defense held on a 4th-and-1 from its own 22, stopping Perine short of the marker with 3:08 to go. 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Perines third score of the afternoon, a 7-yard run, capped the Sooners first touch of the second half, pushing the visitors ahead 31-24. TCU responded right away on a 29-yard strike from Boykin to Gray. Early in the fourth, Knight threw right into the hands of Paul Dawson, who returned it 41 yards for a 37-31 game, then the extra point was blocked and returned by Zack Sanchez for a two-point conversion. Game Notes The Horned Frogs claimed a 469-461 edge in total offense ... Oklahomas last loss was a 41-12 road shellacking doled out by Baylor on Nov. 7, 2013 ... TCU had suffered home losses to the Sooners in 1946 (14-12), 1948 (21-18), 1993 (35-3), 1998 (10-9) and 2012 (24-17). ' ' '

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