If TCU was looking to send a message to the College Football Playoff committee, consider it delivered. And delivered in resounding fashion, at the expense of one of the best the SEC has to offer in 2014.
After jumping out to a 28-0 first-half lead, TCU kept its foot on Ole Miss’ throat the last two quarters and ran away with a 42-3 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl win. It’s the largest postseason loss in Ole Miss history, surpassing the 35-3 beating at the hands of Michigan in the 1991 Gator Bowl.
Simply put, the Horned Frogs did everything right and the Rebels did absolutely, positively everything wrong. The details were gruesome, so I’ll be brief before getting to what people really want to talk about coming out of this game.
The Rebels managed just 129 yards of total offense, with a mere nine of them coming on the ground. For…
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