The Frogs made a change heading into the Oklahoma game. Starting right guard Quazzel White injured his knee prior to the game which moved starting left guard Wes Harris to fill in. John Lanz also made his first start at left guard and TJ Storment got the start at left tackle.

Unfortunately for Harris, he last just one series before suffering a broken jaw. Austin Myers was inserted in his place. The Frogs again struggled giving up three sacks on the day while rushing for a season-low 75 yards in the 33-14 loss to the Sooners.

Last Saturday, the line had by far their best performance in the 33-23 win over Baylor. Against the Bears they rushed for 247 yards (which could’ve been more had they not kneeled the ball in the end) and gave up 2.5 sacks. However, one could argue that the sacks came from Duggan holding onto the ball too long.

TCU head coach Gary Patterson also noted the improvement following the game and noticed the difference in the team being able to protect his quarterback. During his coaches teleconference on Monday, Patterson says it’s apparent the offensive line continues to improve.

“Like I said last week, we’ve gotten better,” he said. “We’ve really gotten better the last two weeks. We moved some guys around and they’ve been playing together and competing; I think that’s the number one thing. I thought they’ve gotten better the last few weeks and we’ve got four more games for them to do so.”

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